Habits of Kindness and Gratitude

January 2019

I wrote this post in September 2016 and its great to see that I have incorporated gratefulness and exercise well in my life now. I totally forgot the random acts of kindness though. I think I want to start that again. Kindness is more important than every, I believe

September 2016

OK, let’s try to write another post from my phone and hope the WordPress app doesn’t “eat” my post :-).

The weekend is coming up and many are off work and can enjoy time with their families.

My thoughts go out to those who are not that lucky. Those who work in hospitals, at fire services, police stations and services that can’t just stop because its Saturday and Sunday. May they have a quiet weekend and still find some time to spent with their families.

It us a good thing to end a busy week with some kindness and gratitude and therefore I share mine with you:

Three things I am grateful for:

– my up coming holiday. Next week no supermarket and I can’t wait πŸ™‚

– the basics: my family, friends, enough food and water every day, a roof over our heads and peace!

– creativity in all its forms

A random act of kindness:

I worked yesterday evening and spent my break in the canteen where some people couldn’t be bothered to put their rubbish in the bin and/or take their used cutlery etc back. So I did it that the canteen staff had a little less to do this morning

A great experience:

I had a lot of trouble with exhaustion and negative thinking this week. Also, I worried a lot how work would be because our department manager is on holiday.

However, I did not try to suppress these feelings and worries but acknowledged them as part of my life and then let them go. I just trusted the universe that everything will be OK and I exchanged negative thoughts with things I am grateful for.

Not an easy exercise I can tell you but it worked and that was a brilliant experience



I am proud to announce I managed to achieve my goal of 30 min of exercise three times this week. Of course, I am active much more because I have to walk and lift a lot at work so I’m probably not as bad as I think with exercising.


I have worked a lot with grounding exercises and binaural tones or meditation music to keep myself in balance.

All in all, it was a difficult but successful week and I am very grateful for that.

And now I encourage you to find a few things to be grateful for :-).

Have a lovely evening, morning or afternoon depending on where you are!

12 thoughts on “Habits of Kindness and Gratitude

  1. Very positive post Bee πŸ™‚
    I feel grateful for waking up every morning
    To be able to walk with Odin in the nature and to meditate by the sea
    I feel grateful to have such a good contact with my family, even we live far apart
    Wish you a beautiful weekend and a wonderful vacation,

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  2. cbeadedesigns says:

    Thanks for sharing Bee. I am grateful for many things, but the one I wake up in the morning and say thank you God for would be complete recovery from a fall off of a ladder last year. I am also grateful to you for reblogging my SOC. I had fun writing it and I am pleased it could amuse another person. I’m looking forward to reading more of your blog.


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  3. That’s quite a nice list!
    I don’t think I got in enough exercise this week. I had been ill for a few days and still I’m very tired. Several times I climbed to the 3rd floor at the school I went to today and that’ll have to do πŸ˜‰
    I, too, tossed rubbish into a bin yesterday. Just outside the trash can sat all this assorted litter. I don’t understand what’s wrong with people. I really don’t.

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