Cindy LaFerle writes about "Appreciation"

EditorMy  friend Cindy LaFerle, from Cindy LaFerle’s Home Office believes we should rethink the “gratitude list” we may have grown accustomed to over the years. She is wise, personal and inspiring in her blog post, as she calls us to adopt and practice “Appreciation” instead.

Read it here. 

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5 thoughts on “Cindy LaFerle writes about "Appreciation"

  1. I just clicked over to Cindy's and am glad I did. Reading her piece made me realize that I do feel appreciation very often in my life. I'm a true walker, and Cindy's words led me to the knowledge that much of my walking involves appreciation of different parts of life. The walking lets in the appreciation because walking has a way of slowing life and keeping me in the moment. So thanks for the link today 🙂

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  2. Although I practice appreciation in my daily journaling ritual, Cindy's posts still spoke to me on a deeper level.

    I am obsessive of neatness (things being just right) – I even freak myself out.(:)

    Cindy inspired me to ease off this obsession and appreciate the beauty and freedom of the not-so-serious/not-so-exactness of life.

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  3. Cheryl,
    Thank you so much for your kind words. I am truly honored that you shared my post with your readers. And I love reading what you drew from the blog. I can relate to your neatness/perfectionist streak. It's hard to break from that, but it sounds like we are both on the path to making peace with it, ourselves.
    Thank you, my friend.

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