The simplest things can bring the most happiness.
This month’s happiness practice also doubles as a reflection of 2017. This year was a challenging year. My three-year relationship ended (but thankfully in friendship), I moved across the country, I’ve learned to live alone for the first time in my life, my dog died, and I’ve been spending more time with family.
However, I also learned that I am stronger than I thought, more capable than I thought, and I’m enjoying my new life here in Colorado. This month I am thankful for…
As this year draws to a close, I hope you find a moment to feel gratitude and happiness for the good moments of 2017. For 2018 I’m wishing you all the strength and courage to pursue joy, protect your happiness, know when to say no, but also when to say yes and say it wholeheartedly.
P.S. – This post is part of my Happiness Project, an effort to intentionally focus on the good things in life and a chance to pause and express gratitude.