Do you remember where you were fifteen years on September 11, 2001, at 8:46 A.M? It is hard to believe 15 years have passed since the terrorist attack. I like to take a moment to reflect on those who are no longer with us. Gratitude is something I try to practice at least once a day. I believe in giving thanks for the things we have necessary to help us appreciate those around us (excluding materialistic things).
A few ways you can keep track of the things you are grateful for is by the following. First, the most popular way is with a journal (Gratitude Journal). I like to use a journal with positive quotes on them. Target carries beautiful, inexpensive notebooks you can use as journals. Another way I find helps me remain grateful is through using sticky notes. I particularly use virtue sticky notes on my computer. Not to mention you can post them in your home office. If you have an organizer, you can write daily gratitude notes to remind yourself of positive moments in your life.
I realize the more grateful I am, the more I enjoy life. We live in a fast-paced world, but I recommend you to take a few minutes and the end of the day to write down what you are grateful for. The more you appreciate life, the happier you will feel. Lifestylers, do something nice for someone today in honor of the 9/11 victims. I like to end by letting you know I am grateful for the new people I have met through my blogging journey.