Steffi from The Kokopelli bee free blog had this idea.
We all go through ups and downs in our life and sometimes need some help which is not always straight there. So we can help each other.
Please check out her post here
“Let’s create an archive of tips and ideas about what helps us in difficult times. Let’s share our experience and insights. Let’s create a place where we and others can go and find inspiration from all over the world to make it through this time of shifts.”
I know that all my blogging friends do help me with happiness in my life with reading your blogs and comments I find lots of inspiration there.
Lets give the gift of inspiration to each other , helping and encouraging each other through our blogs.
Francois from Sketches in Stillness drew a picture to my favourite quote from Groucho Marx
So this is my gift to you-
1. Wake up thankful.
2. Visualise your day in a positive way.
3. Set a bit of time apart for a small meditation.
4. Read some positive quotes.
5. Practice kindness all day long.
6. Be mindful all day.
7. Don’t forget to smile.
8. Go to bed grateful and count your blessings.
You can find more inspiration form a website called Mindbodygreen which has amazing tips in any area of life. I love that site. You can save your favourite articles for later or a read them again.
I hope this is helpful and inspiring for you, please join and send your tips via blog to us.
Steffi’s pinterest board is here: Instant help
Mine is here Quotes
I read a lot of positive blogs, facebook sites and articles.
Then I came across great ideas which I wanted to share with you.
1st January is a good day to start…..
Write a Gratitude Journal
This picture is the one I will use, all ready for January 2013.
I will write down every day , at the end of the day, what good things the day gave me and what I was grateful for on this day.
A wonderful way to celebrate each day, think of the gifts and positive things of each day and I can show my gratitude and be thankful .
“When you expect nothing,
you can receive everything
as a marvelous gift.”
Jonathan Lockwood Huie