Yesterday, my dad and I drove to a 4th of July celebration down the street.
I’m usually travelling the world, so it’s nice to be home on this special day.
My dad lives out in the country.
There are lots of farms and fields and mountains.
And every July 4, a local farmer invites the neighbors to come celebrate on her farm.
Here’s a quick video I took:
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Did you do it?
Yesterday I asked you to think of three things you’re grateful for.
When you practice gratitude, you immediately improve your mood.
You have more energy, focus, optimism, joy and curiosity.
And when you feel these things, you do everything better.
So try it now!
- Go to the Vig blog
- Write three things you’re grateful for in the comment section
- I’m grateful for the times I live in. The internet is amazing and lets me work and live anywhere I want.
- I’m grateful for burritos. I like burritos.
- I’m grateful for you, my students. It’s a lonely teacher who has no students, so I’m grateful for your time, attention and trust you put in me.
Ahhhh, I feel better.