Canada celebrates Thanksgiving in October, but when you hold an "attitude of gratitude" it's easy to give thanks any time of year. And yet, it's not always easy maintaining an attitude of gratitude, especially during these COVID times. There's a lot of information out there on why and how to keep an attitude of gratitude. One tool that works well for me is daily journaling.
After more than a year of COVID-19 pandemic restrictions, most of us have at least a few coping mechanisms: daily walks, binge watching, cleaning and organizing, drinking and other forms of distraction to make it through each day. Read on to learn which beverages I prefer to wet my whistle!
Celebreight, celebreight, the Photo Blogging Challenge has been going for eight years!
Between the return of major league sports, peak hiking/biking season across Canada and medical officers asking all of us to be good sports about wearing a mask, there is a wide range of subject matter for the August 2020 photo blogging challenge.
As a long-time blogger, I regularly notice how there's something about translating thoughts into letters that makes the brain slow down. It's a form of meditation, where the object of focus appears in black and white as fingers depress computer keys. On really good days, I enjoy a flow state from the time I click "start a new post" until I click "publish". Those days are rare. For the photo blogging challenge, the process lasts a month!