The benefits of a gratitude practice…

Gratitude is so good for the energy of the soul, and has the power to uplift the weary spirit.

It is free and one of the most effective tools I know of that restores and maintains your health.

A dedicated daily practice of gratitude powerfully supports all aspects of your health.

When we feel better, we do better. We choose life! And, we choose more often to live in faith rather than fear when we are in a place of gratitude, no matter the circumstances.

“When we feel better, we do better.
We choose life!”

I’m curious….
do you have a gratitude practice?

If so, I’d love to hear about it!

If not, World Mental Health Day is a great day to start!

For me, I write in my journal a short list of the things I am grateful for at the end of the day.

I’m not perfect. Some days I get busy and I forget, but continuing to come back to this practice of daily gratitude as I review my day creates peace in my life.

I hope you have a blessed day, and invite you to choose gratitude, not for all things, but IN all things.

With gratitude,
Ruth Renee

Psalm 100:4-5
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Ruth~Renee

I am passionate about encouraging others to believe in and love themselves enough to practice healthy self-care. You are enough and you worthy of the grace of God, just as you are. I encourage women to take steps toward confidence, joy, and divine rhythm..so they can find wholeness, healing, and a heart intertwined with the love of God. I am a trauma survivor and autoimmune/chronic illness warrior. I love to share the resources and wisdom I have gained through my personal transformative journey. In 2018, I was saved by grace and accepted Jesus into my heart, and decided that Christ alone is enough for me. I love gardening and being outdoors in nature. The lake is my favorite place in the city. I miss the beaches of Southern California. My creative outlets are writing, photography, and abstract painting. For movement, I enjoy yoga, walking, jogging, biking, and dancing.

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