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These are a few of my favorite things...

Updated: Feb 23

So many of us feel like it's been a roller coaster ride for the past couple of months and the sudden change that has "disrupted" so many lives and lifestyles. I tend to accept rather quickly any changes and grow through it... one of the methods that work well in coping and adjusting is to have a gratitude list. So when I am feeling low on the good vibes I like to focus on what is well and what brings me joy rather than what I can't change. or. control. Here are a few of my favorite things (and not in order)... and just writing this list put a smile on my face..

Things that bring me joy and happiness

  1. Nature walks

  2. My kids

  3. Meditation

  4. Reading

  5. Cooking and baking

  6. Going for long drives while

  7. Listening to music

  8. Playing cards and boardgames with my kids

  9. Recording podcasts

  10. Watching documentaries

  11. Dancing

  12. Doing nothing and just be

  13. Journaling

  14. Solitude time

  15. Manicures, pedicures and massages!

  16. Watching clouds go by and making shapes

  17. Watching videos of cute puppies and dogs

  18. Making home. Made almond milk

  19. A hot cup of cocoa next to the window

  20. Deep conversations with deep minded people

  21. Fishing trips with my dad

  22. Watching old family videos

  23. Traveling

  24. Watching the sunset and sunrise

  25. Having a vase of fresh flowers in my room

  26. That first sip of morning coffee

  27. Listening to lectures and podcasts

  28. Coloring patterns and mandalas

  29. Collecting mugs

  30. sitting outside and listening to nature

  31. Warm showers/ baths

  32. Candles

  33. Stretching out

  34. LEGO

  35. Listening to the. sound. of waves

  36. Star gazing

  37. The smell of freshly mowed lawn

...and the list. goes on! What are some of your favorite things?

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