I was doing some searching today and I came across my original gratefulness challenge that I did in the summer of 2010. This first challenge wasn’t as intense as the one I just complete. I never wrote in detail about why I was grateful for these things, but I still find it quite an interesting read. I especial find it neat which items got repeated the second time around. If I’m still grateful for it three years later then it must really be important.
Here they all are; the 90 things I have highlighted during my 30 day gratefulness challenge. There is still an even longer list of things I didn’t get a chance to talk about. Still though, seeing it all in one place feels pretty amazing. It doesn’t matter how big or small the item is, they all remind me of just how great my life is. I have linked the first item of each day to that specific post so if you are curious about anything on my list you have a direct link to that day on the journey. Hope you have enjoyed reading as much as I have enjoyed writing!
Well yesterday was definitely not how I had planned it to be. Sunday is always the day where I start to look at the week ahead and realize how much there is to get done. Suddenly all those chunks of free time I thought I’d have started to swell with too many things to do. Its hard to fit it all in. Therefore today’s Gratefulness Challenge post has naturally themed itself “How to get it all done.”
1. The unexpected: I am a planner by nature. I like being organized and knowing where I’m going and what I’m doing. In the last year though I have slightly changed my perspective on the future.
When I graduated last April the most common question I would get was “So what’s your plan?” to which I started answering, “I don’t have one.” I wasn’t saying this to be smug, and it wasn’t that I didn’t have goals or dreams I was just tired of always knowing exactly what was going to happen in my life. I had spent 22 years knowing precisely what the months ahead would look like and that way of moving through life didn’t seem appropriate anymore.