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Big-Hearted Gratitude: Summer Adventures

Routinely practicing gratitude is a wonderful way to pause and really notice the best bits of our everyday lives. A habit of gratitude is proven to make us happier, less stressed, and even physically healthier. Not to mention the increase in generosity that naturally comes from a feeling of contentment and thankfulness. Join me each week as my family takes a moment to practice gratitude.

We're grateful for summer hikes... for kids excited enough by bugs, branches, and burrows that a two-mile stretch of river and woods takes three hours to explore.

What is your family grateful for this week?

Bring up our theme tonight at dinner and share a sentence or two in the comments section.