My Gratitude Journal

I advise others on the POSITIVE impact of keeping a Gratitude Journal. I make my kids write Gratitudes to reflect on their mistakes. This is one I’ll share. *winks*

Gratitude Challenge Day 6 of 7 (3.22.19):

Gratitude — Magnesium Citrate gets the number 1 spot this morning. It’s used for BMs. 🤤 Look, MS gets ugly sooooooo, whatever. I tried some other over-the-counter stuff but nothing worked. Nurse Wife said go with the magnesium citrate and 24hrs later, my shit is working again. Shout out to my 3 youngest kids for …

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Gratitude Challenge Day 5 of 7 (3.21.19):

Gratitude — I can feel the challenge working! By working, I mean that every day, I’m beginning to focus more and more on recognizing Gratitude. My thoughts are centered on being grateful. It’s really, REALLY cool. Starting off today is gratitude for my wife taking me on a surprise lunch date. 😍 Wow! It was …

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Gratitude Challenge Day 4 of 7 (3.20.19):

Gratitude — My little sister kicks off today’s Gratitude, she delivered a healthy baby boy last night! I’m a five time Uncle now😁! I really should… Nevermind, that thought interferes with today’s Attitude. I’m sincerely grateful for the announcements of new MS medications. Nope, I can’t afford em but it’s great news for when I …

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GAP Challenge Day 2 of 7 (3.18.19)

Gratitude — What a day! First gratitude goes to my moving and being productive despite heavy ass back pain, Spondylosis, and consistent neuropathy in my legs. Yes, I started writing my book! I’m grateful that my high schooler remembered to leave her camera downstairs for me. (Trying to get upstairs is an absolute adventure 🤐.) …

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