Keeping the Glass Half Full: My 100 Day Gratitude Experiment

Today begins my 100 day gratitude experiment. As completely cliché as it sounds, I am compelled to do it. To test how being grateful can affect my life and those around me.

Each day for 100 days I will blog about something or someone or someplace that I am grateful for. I know gratitude can change how you see absolutely everything in life, even when your chips are down. I have experienced it. But I don’t do it enough. And, as a side benefit this will help me teach my kids more about gratitude because I am thankful that my parents taught me about it (and so it begins).

Gratitude Day 1: Today I am grateful that I have two hands and that I am able to type in the dark, since I am typing this at 4:37 a.m.  Side note: I am also grateful that I can remember where the numbers 4, 3 and 7 are on the keyboard without looking  – this helps ease my Alzheimer’s paranoia.

Oh, and thank you for reading this.

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