We can be grateful for what we have…
Whether it’s making dinner with the bare bones in your pantry, using an old shoe box for a school project or counting your blessings on a crappy day: Remember this quote when it “feels” like there is nothing and see what you can use around you to make something!
Since it’s getting colder I’ll give you an example I did at home with my family last year that was a success. School was closed, it was a snow day and the power went out for an hour. I was in the middle of doing laundry and decided to roll socks into balls for an impromptu snow ball fight. It was so good, we didn’t even notice when the power came back on!
This week be creative, see what you have and what you can do with it. Be grateful that even in moments where it seems like resources are sparse, there is more to be found with a little love and imagination.