Here are three easy steps you can follow to cultivate a spirit of gratitude you can rely on any time of the year:
1. Commit To The Search
Choose to shift your perspective and commit to looking for the good things already around you. Acknowledging the multitude of things to be thankful for is a way to walk through the world. Great power exists when we choose to focus on the positive.
Write down your commitment and put these words in a special place.
“I choose an attitude of gratitude especially in this season. I believe the time is always right to be thankful for what I have been given.”
2. Start To Notice
As you move through your day, keep a list of things that delight you, bring you joy, or add comfort to a schedule full of demands. Type in your phone or put pen to paper and watch the list grow. You can start small. Maybe you’re thankful for the smell of clean clothes in your closet or a full tank of gas in your car. Consider adding a “why” you are thankful as well. Explore the emotions and ideas that come up when you notice the ordinary things enhancing your life.
3. Share Your List with Others!
Find time to revisit your list on a regular basis. Make note of the people, places, and items that bring you joy and take a moment to share your thanks with others. Ask others to share their lists or things they are thankful for with you. Inspire others to change their perspectives and smile when you notice your heart being filled.
This year, I am thankful for the opportunity to build relationships. Let me know how your search is going! I can’t wait to hear what’s on your list.
Share the JOY
Believe the GOOD
What if we told you there is a real estate market that has seen a 300% increase in sales volume in only 5 years?
What if we told you that market was right in our back yard?
The market is Wellington and what is happening there is extraordinary.
Because price increases in Fort Collins have eliminated virtually all options for the sub $300,000 buyer, Wellington has become a very popular place to buy a home.
In June of 2012, the average price there was $185,000. Today it is $300,500!
In 2012 there were 222 residential sales in Wellington. This year is on pace to ecliplse 500.
Yes, Wellington has exploded and we don’t see it slowing down any time soon!
To see homes that are for sale in Wellington, just click here: www.HouseToHomeMD.com/WellingtonHomesForSale
Fun fact about Wellington:
The Town of Wellington was an oil, coal and agricultural hub throughout the 1800s and became a stopping location for wagon trains, travelers, and military movement between Cheyenne, Wyoming and Fort Collins, Colorado. The town was founded in 1902, incorporated in 1905 and named after C.L. Wellington, an employee of the Colorado and Southern Railroad.
Around the same time the population began to grow in Wellington, woolly mammoth remains were discovered by a construction crew while digging foundations for new homes. The remains were carefully excavated by a University of Colorado team while residents watched with excitement. Unfortunately, after being taken back to the University for further examination, the tusks were dropped and shattered on a floor. In recognition and remembrance of this event, the subdivision where they were found named a street Mammoth Circle.
Wellington maintained a population around 500 throughout the 20th century and grew to about 1,000 until the early 2000s. Today, Wellington is home to a population of nearly 8,300 residents.
Fun Facts & Image Source: www.townofwellington.com