This week, I’m joining Jeff Goins for his . If you want to participate, sign up for the . Also, you might consider grabbing a copy of his book, . Jeff is such an inspiration to me as a writer and I highly recommend reading all of his books, if you have a chance!
doesn’t require money. It doesn’t require much thought or effort. But it can change our whole outlook on life.
But once those health problems were resolved, I saw such benefit in recording my blessings every day, that I continued doing it. To keep it simple, I’ve just been using the one-line-a-day journal my mom gave me for Christmas.
Every morning, when I first wake up, I read my Bible, pray, and write down at least one line of blessings from the past day. Some days it’s easier to come up with blessings than others, but I can always come up with at least a few good things from the day before — even if it was a hard day.
I’ve found that starting my day by recounting the blessings from the previous day puts me in a different state of mind. And it gets the day started on a great foot! Plus, it reminds me to live with a grateful, thankful spirit.
Do you have a method for ? If so, I’d love to hear about it in the comments! And if you’re blogging about this challenge, be sure to leave the link to your blog post below.