What Are You Most Grateful For In Life? (7 Days 7 Posts)

Good morning everyone,

Woohoo, day 6 of the 7 Days 7 Posts challenge. Thank you for taking the time to read my posts and for sharing some love. Tomorrow is the last day for me! If you would like to join in or start the challenge at your own pace, please see here.

Today’s writing topic is: What Are You Most Grateful For In Life?

I’m most grateful for my good health, as well as my families. I mentioned earlier in this challenge, in fact at the beginning of the challenge over at day 1 that one of my wishes would be for continual good health, happiness and safety for myself and my family.

This is something that is incredibly important to me. As a bit of a hypochondriac, I continually fear that something bad is going to happen health wise. I have unbelievably bad anxiety when it comes to health, so tie that in with uncontrollably deep love for my family – it’s a huge fear.

I am so grateful that my family and myself are able to wake up every morning, handle what the day throws at us, go to sleep and do it all over again. The fact that we are healthy, happy and safe is just the best thing in the world.

My family has it’s fair share of health concerns, however there is nothing unmanageable or anything that is going to shorten time on the Earth and that to me is incredibly important. The universe is so wonderful to be able to grace my family and myself with this security.

I will never not be grateful for it. I thank my lucky stars every day.

What are you most grateful for in life? 

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My name is Jessica. I'm a twenty something year old woman with a beautiful husband, a crazy cat and a bub. You can find me on Instagram/Twitter @daysixtyfive.

8 thoughts on “What Are You Most Grateful For In Life? (7 Days 7 Posts)

  1. Totally agree about the importance of good health. It’s something many people take for granted while they’ve got it, and then look back on it wistfully when they haven’t. As you get older, of course, things start to fall apart. Purely for fun, and to encourage you in your appreciation of what you’ve got, here’s a link to a little rant I had a few months ago. One day all this could be yours too 🙂 https://64reflections.home.blog/2019/10/23/an-unhealthy-interest/

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