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3 Good Things

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Hannah Castillo
Mental Health Counselor, Life Coach
People, by nature, often give more attention to negative experiences. Positive psychology is a field of study that suggests that people can lead happier and more fulfilling lives by learning to shift their focus away from the negative and adopting a more balanced viewpoint. The 3 good things exercise, when used consistently, can help you to become more aware of the positives in your life. It can help to promote gratitude and happiness.
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I really enjoyed this exercise. I am going to use it daily to help increase my awareness of the positives and to encourage more positive choices in my life.
Tuesday morning
Bank account is not negative For girls ready for school w no tears/upset Dan dropped coffee
Focus on 3 good things from the day. Then consider how they came about. The unscheduled team call. Lois initiated and everyone else agreed. Team took time out of their day to come together and set some intentions for the year. Everyone liked the LIA accountability. Getting up early and doing a short yoga workout helped start my day. Having a podcast to listen to. I am grateful for the leader taking time to put the training together.
A work opportunity Ability to get back to sleep Time for coffee before work
Good things
Feeling prepared for my meetings. Showered and shaved. Helped a colleague.
3 good things.
I woke up at 5am & went for a run Had a cold shower Enjoyed work with the boys
Watching Aiden play in the sand - I want focused on a schedule or timeline, but just went with the natural exploration of my 4 year old
Feeling the sun - chose to get out of the house versus staying inside Making cinnamon rolls - listened to my sons idea and decided to just go with it!
Three good things
1) I had good solid sleep and woke up refreshed and energized …I was well rested and didn’t feel I was rushing around. I felt grounded and more centered and not so worried 2) I felt good about being able to buy the things I want and need without worrying about the cost as much because I consolidated all my bills and I’m not overwhelmed with pay many credit cards with high interest rates spinning my wheels 3) I reached out to people and gave energy and space and it was reciprocated and I felt good it was fulfilling and I was content because I first stepped out of my own box to give I was able to receive
3 Good things
I slept good, ready for a great day I am getting better BG readings, which I continue to work on and get better and better I’m feeling good about my ability to get better and live a more productive and active life
Three good things
The joy of my newborn niece being born and my sister being safe and healthy.I am joyful that after a crazy pregnancy and in the midst of a pandemic that all is well💕 The simple pleasure of talking to my 7 year old son After school and knowing how deeply we are connected. Our heart centered connection adds so much peace and joy to my world. Being able to enjoy my barre class and know that my body is strong and healthy.
Good things…
- Earlier to bed - Wrote and edited poems, a play, and time book - meditated one hour How they came about- My role - 1- I went up earlier Other’s role 1- Ann mentioned benefits M role 2- loved fixing QMark and other 2- Lori, good collaborator My role- 3- I consciously decided to take the time to be still Other’s role 3- Gina Lake’s advice and Dandapani.
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