Tag Archives: gratitude
First, an announcement. After several years of blogging 2-4 times a month, I am shifting my writing practice. I will be moving away from short, frequent posts into a rhythm of longer monthly posts. This will allow me to dig … Continue reading
I’ve been thinking about who I’m grateful to, and for what, this month. Here are some open letters to just a few of the people special to me.
Sometimes, gratitude is hard. When your partner is screaming at you. When the baby wakes you at 3am, 4am, and 5am. When you get called for jury duty during your first vacation in three years. But gratitude isn’t made for … Continue reading
How do you stay connected to gratitude in difficult moments? Do you ever say, “thank you” when you don’t mean it? Why? In what situations do you resist feeling grateful? Why?
This summer, I celebrated my tenth anniversary with my sweetie. After returning from the amazing vacation/camp-out we shared, my heart was so full. There is so much to be grateful for.
Actually, four questions this month, because I couldn’t pick between these beautiful options. I hope you are having a bountiful, grateful month! Consider these questions to open your heart even further to gratitude.
I’m going to be away next weekend, when the moon is actually full. So here, have some early moon magick! This month, CAYA celebrates the Grateful Moon.
Recently, I got the chance to sit down with Mama Ladybug and talk about gratitude. Mama Ladybug is a single mom of two small kids, who are 5 and 2. She’s also a lighting specialist. What role does gratitude play … Continue reading