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thankful

The art of practicing gratitude when your life isn’t going like you wanted it to.

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Advent is a good time to learn some of the side effects of gratitude.

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Six reasons to value an annual tradition of giving thanks.

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Grateful

by Kristin on November 25, 2010

in Culture, ideas & paradigms

There’s much to be grateful for, when we search beyond the obvious.

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Most lessons I try to teach my kids I need to work at myself.

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Gratitude comes in many sizes & can even shine through the cracks.

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Annoyance with church music and myself leads to gratitude.

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A trip to the emergency room slows time, magnifying what matters.

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Photo by Colin Rose Some days are really good. The kids wake up cheerful, I have time for a shower, the sun shines, my favorite table is available at the cafe, and the ideas just flow out of me faster than I could possibly process and write them down. Sometimes I even have several days […]

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Sometimes I love leftovers. Like when I am craving a quick, warm, homey lunch and remember there’s some butternut squash soup and chicken masala and rice in the fridge (that was yesterday). Certain things just taste better, too, after they’ve had a couple of days to mellow and refine (like the lemony spinach-tomato-feta-orzo salad I’m […]

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