*A super dated family photo because you obvs can’t do a text-only blog post these days right? #millenialsonlyskimread
Y’all, how cryptic is that title?? I know, right? It sounds dramatic but it’s the truth!! The “game” started with a podcast I was listening to but I’m well aware it’s nothing new, on the podcast she said
Gratitude changes your attitude.
Revolutionary right? Well, sometimes you just need to hear the right words at the right moment for them to actually stick. So after hearing that, we began implementing it in our family by playing the “gratitude game.” We take turns saying something we are grateful for, it can be anything, the air we breathe, the shoes on our feet, the big hug dad just gave out, ANYTHING! If we are in the car and everyone is yelling and burnt out, one person just pipes up with “I’m grateful for…” and the whole mood completely changes and we start taking our turns, we usually do three rounds but more if we have more!6