I love Autumn.
Pumpkin spice everything, crispy fall mornings, warm chunky sweaters, and the most beautiful landscapes you’ve ever seen.
As the leaves start to change and the weather begins to turn, I am reminded that Thanksgiving is just around the corner. And with its arrival comes the reminder that we have a lot of things to be thankful for.
Giving thanks on Thanksgiving is a beautiful way to reflect on what we are most grateful for. But, creating space to do this regularly has an amazing impact on our perspective on life as well. Consistently expressing gratitude has physical, mental, and spiritual health benefits. And it can radically change the way we live each day.
Today’s intention is to take some time to reflect on what you are most thankful for. List three things (these could be anything) that have brought you joy or a sense of gratefulness today, and write down the why.
Shifting our focus onto gratitude helps us to see what we think is ordinary, day-to-day mundane as the extraordinary blessings that they are.