Everyday Joys

I try my very best to be in the moment every day.  From being mindful of a cup of tea I’ve drunk to the feel of my shoes on the pavement.  I think we can all get caught up with worries, feeling we have to look and act a certain way.  We can get caught up in arguments, trivial upsets with family, friends and work but fail to see what’s right in front of us.  The joys of being alive – living: just being ourselves and enjoying the moment.  I’ve started writing down little things I’ve found joyful at the end of the day, or even in thee middle or beginning of it; such things as a lovely shower or a cup of tea, the way the sun shines into my room when I first wake up.  I name it my grateful list.

Published by Beyond Recovery blog

A collection of creativity, artwork and information by Merseysiders on recovery in mental health.

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