Friday, November 2, 2012

30 Days of Thankful

A little challenge this month as we approach the holiday season. A challenge to specifically think of one thing that you are thankful for each day. I've seen a lot of friends posting on fb about things they are thankful for. I think it's such a great idea! Of course, it's great to always be thinking on these things - but what a fun challenge to record these thankfuls for a month - for the month of November - for the month when we celebrate Thanksgiving at the end :) I'm trying to decide if I will make a simple list, or put it in my Autumn Journal, or what. Not sure yet. But at this point, I am recording them each day.

Day 1 - For my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ!
Day 2 - For my wonderful little family. What a blessing my husband is! And my three sweet little ones. Love.

What about you? Are you writing down things you are thankful for this month? Want to join me in this fun little challenge?


  1. I am blogging what I'm grateful for every day this month.. you can see my posts here!

  2. I am doing this too, a little blogging and art jouranling and pictures for my Project Life and on my IG. This is my favorite time of year and I love to celebrate it all month.
    The one project my family does is Thankful leaves. I cut a bunch of leaves from consruction paper and put them in a jar on the table. Each night we write down what we are thankful for that day, no rules anything goes! Then I hang them on our kitchen door, it's fun to see it fill up all month.
    I just posted mine at:
    Count me in this month:
    Day one... my little cousins I babysit for
    Day two... stories, I love recording the stories of our family in different ways.

    Happy November!

  3. I love this idea. I'm seeing it all over facebook too. It is so great to see people being reminded of their daily blessings!

  4. I love your blog so much! found it via Amy Tan. following you now. ;)

  5. Just stumbled across your blog on pinterest.
    I love the idea of posting things you're thankful for during the month of November! I've been seeing a lot of people do this on Facebook :)) It sure beats the heck out of political posts!!