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In a world filled with instant gratification and things always at our fingertips, it’s no surprise all of us are a little rushed into wanting more. It’s always great to create goals and achieve them but sometimes we lose sight of what we currently have. Remember when we wanted what we have? For some of us, it’s a job, a family, a successful hobby, or even just the ability to live on our own, pay rent, enjoy an apartment or home. When we are setting goals for the new year, it’s important to practice gratitude and reflect on how far we have all come.
Most recently I had the great pleasure of being a part of Experian #CreditChat on Twitter, where we all discussed gratitude and mindfulness. As the holiday season comes to an end, I’ve had time to reflect and was able to step back and understand my own gratitude.
Here are a few of my tips:
Sometimes when we get caught up in our daily lives, work, family life, errands, and everything else that keeps us so busy, we forget how lucky we are to be able to see another day! Practice gratitude in all areas of your life, including finances, and you will be in a much better, grounded, and centered place. Here’s to the new year!
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.