February’s Gratefulness Challenge

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For this shortest month of the year, I am proposing a daily challenge to my reading community!

I’ve talked before about how I log my gratefulness daily in my bullet journal, and how recently I have tried to put a spin on each day’s log by embracing a monthly theme. For January, I tried to note something each day that made me laugh or smile.

For February, I am planning on noting daily gratitudes for others based around the quote below:

At times our own light goes out and is rekindled by a spark from another person. Each of us has cause to think with deep gratitude of those who have lighted the flame within us.

Albert Schweitzer

I think in some ways this daily gratitude log will be easier than months past…I can start the day thinking of someone to whom I’m grateful. Or, perhaps something will remind me of a person who I feel lucky to have in my life. After 37 years, I feel like I am surrounded by more than 28 people who have lifted me up, who have lighted the flame.

I am going to try my best to reach out to these people throughout the month to let them know that grateful I am to them, because, who couldn’t use a little sunshine?

I’ll keep you posted on this month’s progress!

Are you with me? Will you note a person to whom you are thankful everyday? Maybe even reach out to that person to share your thanks?

Read my previous posts on bullet journals here:

Six lessons I’ve learned while beginning my bullet journal journey

On new beginnings and bullet journaling

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