Three Good Things: A Weekly Series

Three Good Things (with apologies to Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall for stealing a book title) was inspired by ongoing conversations I have with friends and from re-reading sections of The Happiness Project. It’s about focussing on what I do have in my life, instead of what I don’t have. A friend of mine mentioned that he’d done a writing project with his children during a period of change in their lives to get them to remember good things every day and it’s really resonated with me. I spend a lot of time planning the future; I can struggle to keep my mind in the present day.

In times of change or upheaval, or when things feel like they’re an ongoing battle,  it’s good to be able to slow down and practice a bit of gratitude. And that’s what I shall be doing in this series. Each week, I shall choose three things to share. Things that have made me happy, made me smile, brought me a bit of joy or peace and made me grateful for the life that I have. I will always be a planner, always have one eye on the future and always strive to better myself in one way or another, but this will hopefully help me be thankful for what my life looks like right now.

‘Three Good Things’ will be a weekly series of blog posts. Each Wednesday, I shall share with you the three things that I’m grateful for that week.

I’d love for you to share your three good things with me each week too.

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