It’s serious monsoon weather here in Singapore and the temp has dropped to 22 degrees (lol,) I’m in my cozies and have been doing some gratitude journalling and just thinking about how incredible my life is.
I know that I am blessed. I remind myself to be content with what I have. I cultivate a
sense of gratitude and thank the other people in my life for their kindness.
I share my riches with others. I listen when a friend is going through a difficult time. I volunteer in my community and extend hospitality to newcomers and old friends.
I keep my attention focused on the good things in my life. I avoid fretting about past disappointments or comparing myself to other people. I have everything I need to be happy right now.
I acknowledge my potential and accomplishments. Thinking about my victories builds my confidence and inspires me to keep aiming higher.
I value my health and wellbeing. With a strong body and mind, I can take on all of my challenges and fulfill my dreams.
I value my family and friends. I let them know that they are an important part of my life.
I appreciate my learning experiences, and the opportunity to do meaningful work. My knowledge and skills help me to contribute to women’s wellbeing and provide for my family.
I love the beauty that surrounds me. I take a walk around my neighbourhood to be part of nature and renew my energy. I listen to music that eases my tension and makes me feel good.
Today, I count my blessings. I treat each day as a precious gift and look forward to the next one.
Here Are Some Self-Reflection Questions To Consider As We Move in 2022
1. How can I spot blessings that initially look like hardships?
2. What is one blessing that I tend to take for granted?
3. How does counting my blessings attract more happiness and good fortune?
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