(Post by Gratitude Girl, Robin Kirby) “Blessed are those that can give without remembering and receive without forgetting.” ~ Unknown This quote has been with me for several days now churning about in my system and reminding me of many stories from my life. This rather unspectacular one in particular: Several years ago my husband … More Receiving


This is the last day of your 30 day gratitude experience. It is our hope that you have had many astonishing moments as you have devoted 5 minutes a day, or more, to your gratitude practice. We invite you to take today’s meditation time to reflect on the past days’ exercises and outcomes. Which exercise … More Reflection


Gratitude requires us to slow down, to pause, and to reflect. In the silence, even if it only lasts a moment, we can recognize the miracle of our life. We connect with our essence when we pause. So today take a moment to pause in gratitude. As you dedicate 5 minutes to this exercise, allow … More Pause

A Dollar A Day

Even one dollar can make a difference. Connect with your heart and see where it leads you to give. Give away a dollar a day in any way you see fit. You may just be led to leave it somewhere for someone else to find. What did you do with a dollar today? “The happy … More A Dollar A Day


Focus on someone for whom up until now; you have not been that grateful. For your 5 minutes today, breathe deeply, close your eyes, center yourself and send gratitude to one person who you have resented in the past. This is not an exercise in rehashing the past or justifying your actions or even thinking … More Focus

Count the Ways

Today is the 23rd day of your month of gratitude. Make a list of 23 items for which you are grateful today. Or compile your list of 23 people for whom you are grateful… in addition to people you personally know, you can list historic figures, scientists, authors, artists, musicians or more. Write your list … More Count the Ways

Keeping Us Safe

Spend a few minutes being grateful for the people who are on call to keep you and your neighborhood safe. Buy or make a thank you card, then ask your neighbors, office mates or family to join you in signing it. Mail the card to your local fire or police chief to let these behind-the-scene … More Keeping Us Safe