MOTV8N to succeed – Gratitude

Gratitude Links

Through life’s many ups and downs, we can get caught up and forget to touch base with ourselves. We can get into groundhog day mode and just get up each day and work in automatic pilot getting the things we need to get done without thinking too much about anything else.
So today I invite you to take a moment and think about one thing you are grateful for. It could be something big or it could be something small, but I am sure if you think about it, you will come up with something. Did you know that research shows that practising daily gratitude is good for your health?
I am proudly supporting the Global Gratitude Chain. This is where you can write on a piece of paper one thing you are grateful for. The pieces of paper (6cm by 21cm) are laminated and joined together to form links. We are going for a world record to get the longest gratitude chain in the world. Already two schools, Parakai and Helensville have taken part and even Kumeu Village Rest Home.
Kumeu Village Rest Home work from the Eden Philosophy which recognises the importance of meaningful activities and inclusion so that no one feels lonely. Kumeu Village decided to jump on board and created an activity around gratitude, which was thoroughly enjoyed by residents and staff, adding more links to our gratitude chain. We have proved that you can be grateful from the time you can talk to 100 years old.
If you would like to be part of this world record you can contact me, or if you would like to collect some links where ever you work or at your school, let me know.
Check out the Global Gratitude Chain Facebook page.

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