Sacrifice is a baseball bat that you use to hit yourself.Bryce on mother’s sacrifice
You have to chill, mom.Bryce
During discussions, Jaycelle can be passionate at times. I, on the other hand, am always—only in a voice level that does not exceed the “looks chill” zone.
And here was where Bryce came in to suggest Jaycelle to calm down. We both stopped in our tracks to laugh at his witty remark. It both lightened up our moods.
Bryce and I *high-fived*.
I was a big fan in the past of writing a happy list every week if not almost every day. But as they say, life happens and get in the way(?). Although as I incorporate habits and rituals into my everyday routine in recent months, writing a gratitude list first thing in the morning is THE top recommendation, as you will, to set yourself up right before you actually begin your day. And I find that it is true and working for me.
And so, I decided to share with you here my gratitude list (instead of just in my pretty notebook, haha).
❣️I’m grateful for the fun voice-recording-bonding with my husband before sleeping.
❣️I’m grateful for getting started on decluttering, which is my greatest looming hindrance for quite a long time now.
❣️I’m grateful for my paid Mrs. Gift Boxes clients and more to come.
❣️I’m grateful for all my resources that support my journey to self-awareness and manifestation.
❣️I’m grateful for my husband and my Bryce, always.
❣️I’m grateful for our happy, peaceful, comfortable and abundant home.
❣️I’m grateful for real friendships that blossom over time.
❣️I’m grateful for my undying desire to create a beautiful life.
❣️I’m grateful for my self-progress.
❣️I’m grateful for my fighting spirit.
When you write your gratitude list, try to really feel grateful and happy that these good things are happening in your life, to make it extra effective.
What are you waiting for? Start incorporating this habit into your daily routine and I assure you, you will love it!