I think in terms of the day’s resolutions, not the year’s.
~ Henry Moore
Get out your colored pens and pencils and make your first or your fiftieth end-of-year gratitude list!
Never done one before? Great time to start!
It’s just too easy to let another year slide by and forget all of the good that has come into our lives, and all the good that we’ve done. Making daily gratitude lists are a good place to review and find the nuggets that you want to include.
This is a great exercise in remembering all the good in life, in your life, and even better, to take this good feeling into your new next year!
Make the time to sit and reflect over 2011 and be grateful, thankful, appreciative and kindhearted to yourself and your life experiences.
The good you get out of this will also be very helpful as you decide who you want to be for the next 365 days!