Gratitude. By this point, you've probably read lots of facebook entries and blog posts about what people are thankful for, but there is something deeper than a moment of thankfulness over your yearly bird, it's a way of life. Feeling grateful for whatever is good in your life can truly over write the negative. It's easy to focus on people who disappoint, financial distress, or whatever else is going wrong. It's a decision to let go of all that, and take a moment every day to feel gratitude, whether it's on your morning run, over a cup of tea, your intention in yoga, or in your journal. I truly have seen the positive effects of this, and when in doubt in my life, express those feelings out. Taking a moment to express that gratitude to others by writing a thank you note, putting that sentiment into words, on paper, finding the right stamp, and sending it off is personally satisfying, and is truly thoughtful to the recipient; really, who wouldn't want to receive something like this in mail?
A note from one of our clients.