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Gratitude Challenge: Day 1

TL;DR: For those of you who I tagged on Facebook, I’m no longer doing the 7 day challenge. I’m doing a crazy 21 day challenge. (OK, it’s not really crazy) Those previously tagged by me, keep doing what you’re doing. I love reading it. I won’t be tagging anyone else.

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So, yesterday, should have been the next day in my gratitude challenge. But as always, Aaron Westerman had to one-up me, and foundwww.gratitudechallenge.com which is a 21-day challenge. Since the idea of this challenge is to reaffirm all the good in my life, I am starting over today.

Day 1/21. “Today you start The Gratitude Challenge. Sign the contract and make a commitment to take note and give
thanks for the next 21 days. Express why you accepted this challenge and what you hope to achieve from it.”

So, I’ve signed the contract. I’m making the commitment. I’ve accepted this image (800x600)challenge because, well, Aaron can be a pain in the ass sometimes pointing out that I said I’d do something and failed to follow through. Usually on things like this. “Did you write your Day 23 blog post yet?” So I am accepting this as an actual challenge because it’s not that I can’t find 21 things to be thankful for, nor is it that I can’t complete the activities in this challenge, it’s more of a “am I really that lazy that I just won’t do it?” I’m with Aaron the the “what I hope to achieve from it” part. I shouldn’t need 21 days to know how lucky I am with all of the positive things in my life. And even the not-so-positive, or downright negative, things in my life, aren’t really so bad when compared to the not-so-positive and downright negative things that others have to deal with in their lives.

So those of you I have challenged to do the gratitude challenge that Claudia Points tagged me in, please continue to do so. I am NOT raising the stakes for you. Only for myself. As a matter of fact, I don’t think I’m supposed to tag anyone to do this. At least it doesn’t appear to be part of the directions.


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