Start Your Day With Gratitude.

The biggest challenge in our everyday lives is to control ourselves, our thought processes, and our emotions, regardless of what is going on around us.  If you are finding yourself stressed out all day long, depressed, unhappy, or scared, it is because you are not taking time each day to focus on the blessings in your life.  We all have them, we all live in the greatest country in the world, and we all have something or someone to be thankful for, we just tend to take it for granted.

What do you spend your day focused on?  You will know this answer by thinking about how you feel.  If you feel happy and hopeful, you are focusing on positive things that give you gratitude.  If you feel afraid, stressed, irritable, you are forgetting the good things in your life.

Use this simple technique to help you start your day with maximum gratitude, enjoy…..I look forward to you comments on how this affects your life!

Have a great day and don’t forget, we are in the office today, Wednesday Novemeber 24, 2010 from 8am t0 12pm and our Massage Therapists are available all day today and all day beginning again on Saturday.


One response to this post.

  1. Posted by Megan Million on November 24, 2010 at 3:33 pm

    Dr. Price
    Thank you for reminding me to take 10 minutes every day. This is a common recomendation from clergy and counselors as well. I used to do this before dawn each morning with my dog outside in the woods. I shall try to get back into the habit. I guess I added the stretching exercises and skipped the meditation. Good thing I love early mornings. Thanks again.


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