30 Days of Gratitude to Finish 2020: Day 30


These are 3 difficulties that I’m grateful for:

  • I am grateful I was furloughed from my job.  A company graciously made room for me as my original company gets back on its feet.
  • I am grateful to be temporarily at this new company—even though it’s only temporary==because the  new company has a wonderful attitude toward its employees;
  • I am grateful for the department I’m in and the team members I’m working with because they are welcoming, helpful, and supportive.
  • I am so grateful that everything is working out—and I trust that everything will continue to work out well.

Feel free to share in the comments below the difficulties for which you are grateful.  Thank you!

Please share this post with your friends and loved ones.  Thank you!

Your Friend and Pep Pal,



One thought on “30 Days of Gratitude to Finish 2020: Day 30”

  1. — I’m grateful that my teaching studio has seen a reduction in students, because it has afforded me the opportunity to rethink what I want to do in the future.
    — I’m grateful that because I can’t meet many of my friends in person, I’m actually seeing them more often through zoom meetings and classes and getting to know them better.
    — I’m grateful that because there are less opportunities to go shopping or go to the movies, I’m spending more time walking outdoors, and finding satisfying and creative things to do in my home.

    It’s been satisfying and inspiring to see how adaptable and creative everyone has been during this challenging time. I wish everyone a new year filled with good health, good friends, joy, a peaceful heart, and happy work and play.
    Lauren, thank you for this month long gratitude challenge!

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