Day 27, 2% Waxing Crescent
Thought for Today: A little kindness and a few words of sincere appreciation often brighten up my day. I suspect the need to be appreciated and loved is coded in our DNA. What if you gave yourself a love note every day? How would that change your day, or your life?
Mood: Love – Feeling Appreciated
For a while now I have been receiving a daily love note from my boyfriend. He writes a simple note on a sticky and puts it in my purse for me to see in the morning before I start my day.
His note is sometimes silly and sometimes sweet. Sometimes it’s a simple word of appreciation, and sometimes it’s an expression of his gratitude. His little notes have become an important part of my day, bringing me many smiles.
I feel really blessed…
What if you don’t have someone who writes you a love note every day? Perhaps you can write yourself one: a word of appreciation for yourself or a count of the blessings in your life. Or perhaps you can write a love note to someone you care about. Just a thought…
How do you feel today? Pause for a moment, connect with your feelings, care for yourselves, and record your journey.
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