12 Months of Gratitude: May

I can’t believe that tomorrow will be June, this year is going so fast. Is it bad that I’m already looking forward to autumn and Christmas?

This month has been quite a busy month for me, and as usual there are plenty of things to be grateful for:

1. My camera

It took me months to decide whether or not it was worth getting a camera or if I should just stick with my iPhone camera. At the beginning of the month, I finally made the decision and went out and bought my first camera.

I’m so happy that I did! Since then, I’ve used it so much and it has really shown me that I have a real passion for photography.

I’m so grateful to be able to get such beautiful pictures that really capture the moment.

2. Blogger support

This month I’ve connected with a lot of fellow bloggers, mainly through Twitter. It has been so nice to get to know other people and the support I’ve received has been so encouraging!

I’m so grateful to now know so many wonderful like-minded people! For a little introvert like me who rarely meets up with friends, having a little online social life is really positive.

3. Intuitive eating

I’ve been taking the idea of intuitive eating more seriously this month to really heal my relationship with food once and for all.

I’ve been reading a really helpful book which is helping me to work towards intuitive eating in stages, rather than trying to change years of eating habits overnight.

I’m grateful to have found something that will hopefully be in effect for the rest of my life and help me to remain positive about food and my body.

That’s about it for this blog post, I hope you liked it! What are you grateful for this month?




      1. Which books have you found helpful? I have loved Marianne Williamson’s “Spiritual Lessons for Weight Loss”, I’m not trying to lose weight but it has helped immensely with stopping overeating! X


      2. Sorry for the late reply! I haven’t heard of that book but I’ll definitely check it out. I’m reading “Intuitive Eating: A Revolutionary Program” by Evelyn Tribole. I’m only a few chapters in but it’s so helpful so far! x

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