Thursday, 6 October 2016

Thankful Thursday


Each Thursday I stop to take note of the good things in my life with the goal of developing gratitude no matter my circumstances. Some weeks are a challenge but I am never regretful about this practice. During this series on "Stepping up in leadership", I will include what I am thankful for in my leadership journey as well as the fun bits from my life that week.

  • I couldn't write a list of what I'm thankful for in my leadership journey without starting with my family- both the one I was born into and the one I have formed with my husband. Their support, discipline, teaching and encouragement have been vital. I would not be the person I am today without them. 
  • I was feeling reluctant to go on our latest camping trip after a busy season. I am so glad that my husband had planned it though as it was soul restoring. Being in the Australian bush is always wonderful and the company of another family with a daughter the same age as my girl was such a bonus. I didn't spend a huge amount of time writing while there (no electricity to recharge my computer and actually being present with my family) but the moments I did take were just what I needed. Here are some of the views I had while writing.
The beautiful Murchison River at our first campsite.


An upside down river at our next spot- it hasn't flowed above ground in 18 months
  • My precious little girl keeping me grounded, teaching me about joy and reminding me to be present in my days. 




  • The stunning country I have the joy of living in. 






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2 comments:

  1. I need to go to Australia. We went to New Zealand in 2010 and if we go back we will have to do Australia too.

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    1. You definitely do! Let me know if you ever make it over here. We can have a writing meet up.

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