I’ve been reading a book called The Wealth Chef, about how to… be wealthy, I suppose.
One thing the author suggests is that every evening as you brush your teeth, you ask yourself five questions:
- I have a new weekly column on a fantastic website – possibly the most exciting thing to happen since I started writing properly
- I had some lovely times with S after nursery – she showed off lots of new words and we had lots of cuddles
- I had a reasonably organised day with my work, and got a lot done
Thanks for the kick starter to pondering the positive! Here are my three:<br />1. I just got oodles of great copy for new videos for my life coaching service pages<br />2. I am off for the third day of spring break from my high school counseling day career.<br />3. My 5 year old is home with us and continues to provide tons to smile and laugh about.
Lisa from Lisas Life
Firstly congratulations on your new column :) <br /><br />I did a gratitude project last year and finding *one* positive thing each day was hard at times let alone three! Let's think...<br /><br />My doctor has organised vestibular physiotherapy for me to ease my vertigo attacks; I got 2 scheduled blog posts written for the Ultimate Blog Challenge; had a couple of hours in the garden with the
I have become a positive person in the last few years, having previously been a bit of a moaner / attention seeker / drama queen, having realised that looking on the negative side just makes you more negative. My three things are:<br />My three and a half year old daughter. She is (mostly) cute, funny and clever;<br />My day at work today was good as both bosses were in a good mood which makes