Deck the halls with boughs of holly and jingle all the way, it’s the happiest time of the year! Christmas is traditionally a time to spread joy and good cheer, and one of the BEST ways to do that is through gratitude.
Gratitude is a cornerstone of happiness, and a good practice to adopt is to find at least one thing every single day to be grateful for.
In this episode, I share with you a technique that I’ve learnt over this last year that will deepen your practice of gratitude journaling.
[00.59] A practice to take gratitude journaling to the next level.
I hope that you have a very Merry Christmas, and that this New Year coming is one that will bring you all the love and the joy that you so deserve.
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Lisa Linfield: 00:09 Hello everybody. It is Christmas today and happy Christmas. I truly hope that this is a special day filled with lots of people who make you happy, some fun laughter and some yummy food. For those of you where Christmas is a struggle of a time, I want to let you know that you are in my thoughts and prayers and I hope that the season is one where you can still find small moments of gratitude.
For every one of us, gratitude is a cornerstone of happiness that we should find at least something every single day to be grateful for. For me, one of the practices I’ve learned this year that has slightly amended the gratitude journaling that I do is that I stop and pause and try and bring back every moment in that gratitude.
This week I was with my girls on the boat and they were all laughing as they were on the tube. And each one of them, having the best time laughing from their belly and it was a photograph memory that I hold deeply, that when I said my thanks for that day, I closed my eyes and took myself into the boat looking back at those three girls and felt every single bit of joy that I felt at that moment.
So this Christmas I’d love for each one of us to find something that we’re grateful for and make a little memory photograph to draw from in the times ahead that might not be as good. For me, I’m deeply grateful for all of you that listen and support the work I do to reach my goal of teaching a million women about money. Thank you for your support. Thank you for encouragement. Thank you for the feedback that’s often comes through.
Have a great Christmas and I hope that this is a new year coming that will bring you all the love and joy that you so deserve.
I’m Lisa Linfield. This is Working Women’s Wealth. Take care and have a great day.