Gratitude Is Good Medicine

— Holidays over.

— Sunset at 5:00pm.

— Already broke my New Year’s resolutions.

— Feet stay cold no matter how many pairs of socks I wear.

It’s easy for winter blues to set in.

But when I begin to list my blessings and say out loud that I’m thankful for them, the blues begin to lift.

And expressing gratitude throughout each day is a great medicine to perk up my spirit.

Even if my feet are still cold, I’m grateful I have socks and blankets and heat in my home to keep trying to get them warm. 😉

What helps you beat the winter blues? And what are you grateful for?

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NOTE: My post is meant to uplift and help. If you are in distress, please call 988 (Suicide and Crisis Lifeline). You are loved and important and valuable. We are grateful for you and can’t do without you!

Joni Vance is an award-winning author of fiction, essay, and poetry. She loves mystery, history, and how God reveals Himself every day.

May God reveal the mystery of His love in your life story.

4 thoughts on “Gratitude Is Good Medicine

  1. Staying busy! Thanks for the post.

  2. I’m grateful for health, family, friends, and God’s help in every situation:) Keep those feet warm!!

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