As promised, this post is a reflection on November’s Gratitude Challenge — and I want to issue a NEW challenge to you! 🙂
Here is a list of November’s gratitude posts, with the links, so you can review them if you would like to:
Nov. 2nd I am thankful for family and special events.
Nov. 3rd I am thankful we can find relief from anxiety by casting our cares on God.
Nov. 4th I am thankful for hopes and dreams, and the purpose and enjoyment they add to our lives.
Nov. 5th I am thankful for memories of loved ones who have passed on.
Nov. 6th I am thankful God gives us the strength and ability to take action and clean up our messes.
Nov. 7th I am thankful for the choice to squash self-pity, and then for God enabling us to rise above it.
Nov. 8th I’m thankful this election season is finally over!
Nov. 9th I am thankful we can choose to NOT complain, and therefore gain freedom from complaining and its effects.
Nov. 10th I am thankful for faith to overcome dread.
Nov. 11th I am thankful for this Veterans Day in the USA as we remember all those who have served (and are serving) our country in the military, especially those who died during their service.
Nov. 12th I am thankful for the opportunity to initiate solutions for a fresh start.
Nov. 13th I am thankful for strength to combat feelings of worthlessness and rejection in order to recognize our personal value.
Nov. 14th I am thankful for God’s strength to face problems, and not run from them!
Nov. 15th I am thankful for the freedom to step away from negativity, and redirect to the positive instead.
Nov. 16th I am thankful for God’s guidance that enables us to step out of our comfort zone.
Nov. 17th I am thankful for my youngest daughter and granddaughter.
Nov. 18th I am thankful for faith to overcome fear and worry.
Nov. 19th I am thankful for freedom from worry.
Nov. 20th I am thankful when we can learn from our mistakes and receive mercy.
Nov. 21st I am thankful for motivation to take action and to clean up our messes.
Nov. 22nd I am thankful for strength to stop judging others.
Nov. 23rd I am thankful for attitude adjustments when necessary.
Nov. 24th I am thankful everyday, including this Thanksgiving day in the US, for life’s simple pleasures.
Nov. 25th I was quite thankful to enjoy peace at home instead of the craziness of Black Friday shopping.
Nov. 26th I am thankful for being a member of the PAC!!
Nov. 27th I’m thankful for the opportunity to declare our faith with actions AND words.
Nov. 28th I am thankful for Cyber Monday!
Nov. 29th I am thankful for change that leads to growth!
Nov. 30th I am thankful for this very special day marking the birth day 32 years ago of my first and now oldest daughter, Shara.
Now I would like to issue a new challenge: How about making daily gratitude expressions a lifestyle practice over the next year? You will be surprised how it can change your overall outlook on life if you endeavor to focus on even one thing you’re thankful for each day.
So what are YOUR thoughts?
Did you participate in the Gratitude Challenge last month?
What post/s did you like the most from my gratitude posts?
Do you think you will try the Gratitude Challenge for the next year?