Gratitude journal
three good things

May 31, 2019

Family occasion

Grateful to the Fax for fitting us in at the last moment for dinner to welcome C home and to say goodbye to Lydia who leaves tomorrow. Thankful also to them for putting us in our own private dinning room; quiet and peaceful and also enabled us to say hello to various friends already in the pub as we made our way there.

Hated it at the time (as usual) so I should be (and am) grateful to Renata for putting us through our paces at Metafit. Hard goi g in the warm and humid conditions

Grateful to my fellow Ampleforth Society trustees, with whom we had a conference call this afternoon, for picking up my baton and running with it. It was a good call and it looks as though the AS Council is now about to take off. The question is, can we do enough in a short time to make a difference.

Happy to have almost completed the text for the June blog post on the wealth creation properties of money. Seems to have been a difficult one to bring to fruition and glad it’s now almost there.

A Gratitude Journal is just a simple way of
recording and appreciating the good things in life.

Research shows that keeping a gratitude journal leads to
higher levels of alertness, happiness and positive emotions as well as
a stronger immune system, lower blood pressure and better sleep.

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