January Gratitude and Lessons

Happy February! January was a free trial month right? While a few parts were rough, I’ve decided to keep my subscription to 2019.

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In January I Was Grateful…

  • to still be on winter break from school
  • for sweatshirts and sweatpants
  • for grocery delivery through Instacart
  • for Chloe
  • that I was able to spend the weekend with my boyfriend in Baltimore
  • and that it didn’t snow or rain the entire weekend
  • that my parents shoveled my driveway for me
  • that my parents watched Chloe while I was away
  • that I was able to get a jump for my car
  • for warmth during the #PolarVortex2019

In January I Learned…

  • to move slower and more intentionally
  • that it’s okay to feel discouraged sometimes
  • that one person can have a big impact
  • it’s okay if that thing you tried didn’t work
  • to ask more questions
  • if you have the chance to be happy, you should take it
  • to keep talking, even if it feels like no one is listening
  • that you can be consistent and take breaks at the same time
  • inspiration can come from many different places
  • if you’ve had a bad service experience, you should let them know
Gratitude journaling is one way that I practice self-care as well as thinking about what I've learned through the month. Read this to learn more about how you can practice gratitude journaling and what I was grateful for in the month of January.

Briana is a licensed social worker and self-care coach. She earned her Master’s of Science in Social Administration from Case Western Reserve University in 2014. She has spent the last 5 years working in crisis intervention.  Her passion for serving others is the heart of this site. She started Learning To Be Free to assist others in bringing freedom to their lives.

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