This is day 9 for my month of gratitude posts. Yes, I realize I’m missing days 6, 7, and 8, but I’ve been busy. I have those posts lined up, I have topics set, and to a degree I have posts written, I just haven’t had time to sit down and finish them. Continue reading “Gratitude: Day 9 | Taking a Break From Gratitude”
I left work early today.
When it comes to being grateful, it’s important to focus on the important things family, friends, a home, clothes, etc, etc. However, I feel it’s equally important to make note of the little things as well. So today’s post is all about pancakes. Continue reading “Gratitude: Day 4 | Your Favorite Breakfast Food”
Before I get started on today’s gratitude post, I thought it might be nice to give a little behind the scenes info on this gratitude series.
For starters, I was looking for a way to get me into the habit of writing regularly, a 30 day post plan seemed like a great way to jump-start that. Given that it’s November, a month of gratitude seemed like the way to go, if not a little cliché. Continue reading “Gratitude: Day 3 | Something You Love About Your Dad”
Chicago. The Windy City. Home of Hemingway, Frank Lloyd Wright, Capone, and The Cubs. It’s a city with a rich history of sports, politics, corruption, and art. A city with a stark but beautiful contrast between classic and modern architecture. A bustling, urban epicenter nestled within a thousand parks; bordered by the vast and wild Lake Michigan. Continue reading “Gratitude: Day 2 | What Do You Love About Where You Live”
Today is the first of November. I love the first of November. The day after Halloween is a hugely exciting day for me. What, you may ask, is so special about the 306th day of the year 2016? For me that answer can be summed up in 2 little words. Continue reading “Gratitude: Day 1 | What Made Me Smile Today”
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