30 Points of Gratitude Workbook

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I’ve got a quick question for you.

What are you grateful for today?

The sun may be shining. The birds may be chirping. It may be Friday.

Or its raining. Road construction is out of control. It seems like your children never stop whining.

You can’t always pick how your day plays out, but you can decide how you react.

Be grateful.

Even for the bad stuff.

If you give me an example of a really bad day, IΒ can tell you at least one lesson of gratitude learned from the occasion. Show me a good day and the list would be endless.

Remember, here at Truly, Margaret Mary, I celebrate the real good life. Not a skipping through a meadow at twilight, singing Kumbaya, and eating fair-trade, organic carrots that were grown by Tibetan monks life. I may sound a little Pollyanna-ish every now and then, but a gratitude journal is a rock solid exercise even the manliest man could learn from.

30_PointsAnd as always, I am here to help.

I have created a very short workbook to help you recognize what it is that you are grateful for in your life.

In this eight-page document, you’ll find 30 points of gratitude for you to consider. Just 30 topics that will make you realize that life is pretty awesome even on the ugliest of days and insanely great on the best.

To receive the printable workbook, all you have to do is subscribe to my blog by clicking here or adding your email to the box on the upper right-hand corner of any page. You will instantly be emailed a link and a password to download the book on your own time.

I hope the blog gives you lots of new ideas, product recommendations, and funny stories to continue your list of gratitude.

After all, today I am grateful for you!