gratitude

How to appreciate your body, right now

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You know that amazing feeling the day after you’ve been sick? Here’s how to notice it everyday. read more

“Don’t take pictures. Stand here and see it”

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How often do you take time to stop and really see what’s right in front of you? read more

Crosswalk coffee: a simple act of kindness

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What little thing could you slip into your routine to warm up someone’s day? read more

My brother’s like the windshield wiper on the left

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He hops on me, I push him away. Just like siblings do. read more

First snow of the year

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Beautiful, and delicious. Would you care for a snow banana? read more

A recipe for creativity

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On the joy—and theft—of making gingerbread houses. read more

An ode to the leaf pile

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Before sending them to their fiery grave, take a moment to say thank you. read more

180 days of bittersweet goodbyes. When will it end?

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Do you see commutes with kids as a chore? Instead see an extra 50 hours a year to invest with them. Hurry, these moments won’t last forever. read more
Gratitude moment - Pebble shadows on morning gratitude walk

A morning moment of gratitude

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In the mornings I walk. I try not to think, only observe. This 3-minute note on gratitude helps every time. read more
Sticky gratitude post-it notes

Sticky gratitude: preserving positive reflections from COVID lockdown days

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We were going about our business, then the world shut down. But even with back-to-back video calls and full-time homeschooling, life was good. read more