Gratitude can transform common days
into thanksgivings, turn routine jobs into joy,
and change ordinary opportunities
William Arthur Ward
Usually, when we talk about having gratitude, we’re usually referring to having gratitude or being thankful for the big moments. A healthy baby, a happy wedding, graduation. But life is lived in between the big moments. It’s being thankful for a sunrise, or the breakfast your spouse made for you. It’s appreciating that first cup of coffee or the comfy sheets in your bed. But most importantly, it’s also about pausing and recognizing that gratitude. Doing so can make you truly appreciate and enjoy your life. Dare we say, even lead to happiness? So let gratitude transform the ordinary for you.