On Attitude and Gratitude

Ashlinn Sarah Jane

Hey loves,

It seems like my posts are getting fewer and farther between but I have not forgotten about you — not in the least! It’s been something to adjust back to full-time work after three years off, all while managing my mental health and lingering effects from my chemo treatments for leukemia that you can read more about here.

I have had a hard time with feeling undeserving, and it has been pointed out to me that I may have low self-esteem, and even recently by one friend that on some days, I can have a downright bad attitude. I am negative. I know this about myself. I feel jaded about most things, and I feel that life is mostly unfair. To counter this, I am putting into place a practice I have done in the past to turn around my baditude. I have been writing in journals…

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10 thoughts on “On Attitude and Gratitude”

  1. It is easy to see why you feel the way that you do. Sorry you had to endure the things that come from having an illness like you did.

    Know you are courageous, good vibes are contagious!

    With the way the world is turning and the personal pressure which everyone has, it is a tough gig for sure!

    When we share with each other our desire to have a more positive outlook, it is really helpful to those not courageous to share. Be well and be happy! 🙂

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