The easiest way to feel incredible joy

Good morning,

I’ve been thinking about doing something different today. Let’s bring feel-good vibes into this Thursday.

This week, I’m thankful for…

  • The first signs of spring in my neighborhood.
  • The sweet notes I’ve received from readers this week (what an amazing community this is!)
  • Hot showers. The warm water has helped with soreness and stress relief the last few days.

What are you grateful for on this Thankful Thursday? Hit reply and share. You’ll love how it makes you feel!

The Ultimate List of Things to Be Grateful For That Fill You With Joy

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Quote of the day

“Now is no time to think of what you do not have. Think of what you can do with what there is.” – Ernest Hemingway

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2. Idea of the day

Research shows that gratitude is a key component of feeling happy. We know that counting your blessings and looking on the bright side can turn around your day.

But in my own life, I struggle with remembering to do it.

(Heck, some days it’s all I can do to keep my kids’ names straight…)

So, when my daughter came home from school last year with a weekly thankfulness activity, I thought it was genius. She was smiling wide and jumping up and down about her blessings.

We live in an all-or-nothing society, but true success in anything is more about consistency than going all out.

So, if you don’t have time daily, could you set aside 20 minutes every Thursday? Or Sunday?

Could you enjoy feeling thankful while you drink your Saturday morning cup of ☕?

Connect with your partner without the work! These have kept my husband and I laughing for days.

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If you could time travel to any era, past or future, where would you go and what would you do?

Thank you for reading. I hope you enjoyed today’s newsletter. If you have anything at all you’d like to share, ask, or say, just hit reply. I’d love to hear from you.

Love always,

Jenn Kropf

Founder of ​Healthy Happy Impactful

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