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What I'm Grateful for 2019.

Another year gone and so much to appreciate.

Some failures sure, but I like to think of them as learning experiences and opportunities to grow in character.

I’m grateful for my friends and family for giving me the tools I needed to help myself out of dark times.

Using my recovered strength, I’m grateful for my new job in which I have benefited from more opportunities that I could ever of dreamed of.

I started this blog around the same time as a creative outlet, to spill my ideas out into the world and I’m grateful for the impact I have made on all of you as we all grow towards the best versions of ourselves.

I’m grateful for my parter who had been my biggest fan and supported me throughout this endeavour.

I’m looking forward to 2020 and bringing much more value to all of you.

Thank you for a great year.

What are you grateful for?

I’m always grateful for your presence,


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Hmm! Thanks @Josephtainsh. Appreciating the ordinary,unimaginable,and the littlest things that the universe brings our way is the sure way to go. There are so many things to be thankful for indeed. Happy New year in advance

Lovie Price

i have a huge laundry list! too much for listing here..but the 3 big ones are: i am grateful for the gifts i am blessed with each and every day that i used to take for granted( electricity, clean water, heat , food & shelter, my health); i am grateful for the knowledge i have acquired in my lifetime as well as the wisdom bestowed upon me through experience and through others and finally the ability to continue learning and growing as long as i draw breath! Thanks for this post, and Namaste!


Mostly I am grateful for my family and being able to spend time with them. But also for the wonders of the natural world….despite my fellow humans desire to destroy it. For having some amazing books to read…the bounty of my garden… and for the gift of life itself.

Anamika Talwaria

This is a wonderfully reflective list. I completely agree that our failures help us grow, and in that vein I’m most grateful for being let go from a dead end career, giving me the push I needed to move into journalism ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿฝ


Happy New Year Joseph ๐Ÿ™‚


I guess my weekend will be filled with reading your blog.


Happy New Year

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