It’s been a Wild month and the holidays are upon us. How did that happen? It can be hard to switch gears from stressed-out to happy guest or entertainer right before Thanksgiving. Compounded by worry and lack of sleep, our usual energy may be zapped. We may feel far from blessed.
I have a solution for you! Sometime between now and December 18th take a break and make a blessed project list. This will remind you of what makes you happy. We can only think about one thing at a time, so this project should hip-check negative thoughts out of your cranium for a while. Endorphins will fill the space. Can you feel it?
Your post can be as long or short as you like. It’s your Blessed Project.
Time is a commodity and I don’t want to add to your stress level. If you get into it, take as much time as you want. Include photos, videos, artwork. Or keep it simple and only write a list. You can easily jot down the first few things that come to mind. Done.
There is no right or wrong.
Ask your family why they feel blessed. It could be a sparkly distraction if things get tense over Thanksgiving break. Remember, we can only focus one thing at a time.
- Write a #Blessed Project article and post it on your blog.
- Include a link to this post. Spread the positivity!
- Paste your link in the comment section below by Saturday, December 17th.
- Stop back anytime to read other posts. You know the drill. Tell them “Susie sent me from the Blessed Project,” and they should click back to your place.
BONUS! On December 19th, I’ll blog the list of #Blessed Projects pasted in the comments, to reach out to more readers.
Here’s the start of my list. I’m sure it will grow with updates throughout the season.
I felt blessed to ski in Breckenridge with family and friends on opening weekend.
I’m blessed to live in Colorado and
to have found a physical therapist, so I can do this:
There’s nothing like Thanksgiving! #Blessed
I am blessed to be surrounded by friends and family and dogs!
I am blessed for having a partner in adventure
and for having a sense of humor, which really came in handy this month.
To walk on moonlit nights. #Blessed
And I am blessed for all of you!
Think about your own blessings. Make a list, post it and then leave your url in the comments. I’d love to link you up in another post in December.