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  1. I love gratitude challenges. I also have done a month of Grateful Living for the blogging challenge. I am incredibly grateful for all the support and connection made. Enjoy!

  2. I express my gratitude for everything I enjoy–like fruit in the morning, and the taste of honey on porridge. Although my daily routine rarely contains any unexpected joys, I’m grateful to be alive.

  3. I love this idea of extending this out throughout the year. It’s sort of (although not) along the same lines as my thoughts on Small Business Saturday which happens once a year. Why just do it once a year when you can be more attuned to doing it all year long? Doesn’t that help more people? More businesses? Your idea does the same thing. If you show your gratitude all year long whether it be once a month, or once a week, or once a day…the impact is great and undeniable. I don’t always practice this, but I think now is as good a time as any to start.

  4. Every night before bed, my husband and I ask the kids to tell us their ‘thanksfuls’. They say anything from water to an activity they did that day to the family’s good health. And then it’s our turn. It’s a great tradition and we always take time to do it even when bedtime is slipping away…because it’s a great habit to instill! Thanks for sharing!

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