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  • Writer's pictureRoberta Whitney Hughes

Nurturing a Mindset of Gratitude: A November Journey with PeaceFull Living


As November's chill settles in and nature sheds its vibrant hues, it's a season for us to turn inward and nurture the warmth within our hearts. We invite you to join us as we immerse ourselves in a season of gratitude and abundance. It's a time to gather the fragments of our busy lives and weave them into a beautiful tapestry of gratitude.


Here are a few ways to make gratitude part of your self-care practice:


Begin each day with a gratitude practice. In the whirlwind of life, it's easy to be swept away by the demands, the deadlines, and the constant buzz of technology. It's in these moments of haste that we often forget the transformative power of gratitude. A daily practice can transform your thoughts from negative to positive; creating a mindset that will redefine your outlook for the day ahead. We recommend beginning each day with gratitude. Try writing down five things you are grateful for, or say them to yourself before you get out of bed (or reach for your phone).



Slow down on purpose, so you have time to appreciate the small things. When we pause, there is an opportunity to truly appreciate the moments, people, and experiences that enrich our lives. By simply slowing down on purpose, we create a powerful shift of energy. Suddenly, the ordinary becomes extraordinary, and challenges transform into opportunities for growth. Gratitude in the form of appreciation weaves clarity, calmness, and contentment into the fabric of each moment. It's like a gentle, reassuring whisper amidst the chaos.


Practice kindness. This is the month to delight friends, neighbors, distant relatives, and workers with small acts of kindness. When you do something kind for someone else, you boost your mood and feel better. Try baking your favorite treats and sharing them with neighbors, leaving water and snacks on your doorstep for delivery drivers, being intentional in saying “thank you” to all of the service workers who help you, or sending a handwritten note to a friend or relative to let them know you care about them.


Practice meditations for gratitude. Discover the profound serenity that comes from being fully present in the moment. Through meditation, you'll cultivate a quiet mind and an open heart. We recommend the PeaceFull Living Zen Break for Gratitude. It is the perfect short meditation to shift your mindset in the morning, mid-afternoon, and before bed.

Together, we'll transform November into a month of reflection, self-discovery, and gratitude. Let's nurture a mindset that radiates positivity and brings warmth not only to our lives but to the lives of those around us.


In this season of gratitude, we're reminded of the incredible community we have here at PeaceFull Living. We're thankful for each one of you who chooses to walk this path with us. Together, we'll create ripples of positivity and kindness, making a positive impact on ourselves, our loved ones, and our communities.


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