Gratitude, grace and flow
I’ve been doing some serious soul searching about Capturing Gratitude the past few months.
I invested a couple of years of my life working with a number of developers on the Capturing Gratitude website. And while I loved the look of the finished site, it didn’t have all the functionality I dreamed of.
So I came to a cross roads. Do I push forward, or do I gracefully step back?
When I thought about what I loved about Capturing Gratitude, it was taking gratitude photographs and engaging with a community of awesome like-minded souls.
What I did not like was the back-and-forth between web developers to get the website working. Honestly, I had no idea it would be so difficult when I decided to create a beautiful site for people to upload their gratitude photographs. In my naivety I thought this would be a simple process. Ha ha!
Pushing doesn’t feel right to me. I’m not in my gratitude when I’m pushing for something that’s not flowing, and I’m definitely not in alignment with the universe.
So I’m choosing grace. And I’m choosing flow.
The new Capturing Gratitude website is simpler and easier (I built it all myself, go take a look!).
The 20th of March is the International Day of Happiness, and we’ll be kicking off another 30 days of gratitude photography on that auspicious day. There’s a Gratitude Interviews eBook to download immediately, and a 30 day gratitude eCourse that kicks off on March 20.
To inspire you, here’s a few of my gratitude photographs from the past few months (and boy it was hard to narrow it down to these 30 odd photos!):
If you joined me for Capturing Gratitude in the past, you’ll be hearing from me very soon!
If you’re a newbie…. welcome! It’s so nice to meet you.
You can sign up to Capturing Gratitude and join in the gratitude fun here.
I’m so excited to be diving back into this wonderful world of gratitude again.
With love and gratitude,
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