Gratitude Habitat | Living In Gratitude: Reframing Rejection – Positivity Article

March 16, 2019 When you give yourself permission to communicate what matters to you in every situation you will have peace despite rejection or disapproval. Putting a voice to your soul helps you to let go of the negative energy of fear and regret.  –Shannon L. Alder Rejection is not something most people enjoy or even understand how to effectively handle. Typically, we do our best to avoid rejection because, let’s face it, being refused hurts. It makes us uncomfortable,…

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Gratitude Habitat | Living In Gratitude: Daily Intentions – Positivity Article

June 22, 2019 Our intention creates reality. – Wayne Dyer Studies have proven that happy, successful individuals have a set routine and habits that keep them focused. One of these practices is taking time time each morning to set a daily intention. This helps alleviate stress, creating an inner peace and assuredness that provides a fresh perspective. An intention is simply a promise you make to yourself. Setting aside time to contemplate your purpose for the day ahead allows for…

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Gratitude Habitat | Living In Gratitude: The Value of Mindfulness – Positivity Article

April 20, 2019 Each of us makes an experience good or bad. The action or activity is what it is. We define it by our attitude toward it. Traffic on the highway is heavy. We get impatient and annoyed. We don’t get a promotion at work. We are hurt or upset. Our child didn’t get first place. We are indignant.  Someone says something with which we disagree. We are offended. Whatever the situation, our attitude defines that experience as either…

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Gratitude Habitat | Living In Gratitude: Finding Joy – Positivity Article

May 18, 2019 As a society, our primary focus is on achievement and success. The pressure to perform and the heightened expectation of success is a burden that weighs us down, decreasing our enthusiasm and robbing us of the ability to experience joy.  An accomplished life frequently equates to our career. But there is so much more to life than work. When we define our life’s purpose solely on our level of success in our jobs, this can leave us…

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