We work hard every single day at home as well as in jobs that take us outside of the home. We work together to make great things happen and finish many tasks that no one even knows about. We are proud of the work we do, but so many times we don’t feel appreciated for the hard work. It feels like more is always expected of us. We could all use a little boost of appreciation.
Unfortunately, we cannot force others to show us appreciation for all we do, but there are two things we can do.
Recognize all that you do in your day and acknowledge it as great! Know in your heart of hearts, that you are doing the right thing and doing a great job. Do something special for yourself on a regular basis to celebrate the great life you are living.
I believe you reap what you sow. In other words, let’s all make an effort to show appreciation to others, and appreciation will find its way back to us. Appreciating the big things comes more natural, but showing appreciation for little jobs well done is important too. Appreciate your daughter for taking out the trash, for instance. It may be one of her assigned chores, but appreciation every once in a while gives us all a boost. This week, what do you think about making an effort to show appreciation to each of our loved ones? Let’s write a post-it note to remind ourselves and do it!
I appreciate you today! I appreciate the fact that you take time out of your life each week to read my blog. I appreciate you for striving to live your BEST life, for yourself and your loved ones. I appreciate all of your hard work at home and outside of your home. You keep the world running and make it a better place to live. Thank you for doing the right thing, even when others don’t show you appreciation for it.
You are a Rock Star in my eyes! Keep living your BEST, day by day. Show yourself a little love and extend that love to others as well. You are making our world a better place!
My Daily Walk With Jesus: God is working in my life daily and sometimes it is uncomfortable. I have been reminding myself that being uncomfortable is not always a bad thing. I’m trying to embrace the discomfort and know that I am growing and learning. It will all make me a better person, day by day.Photo by Karolina Grabowska from Pexels