One of the goals of this challenge is to focus on the little things in life that make a difference. I believe that little changes can make a big difference. You don’t need to make one large change to improve your life. Improve a little each day and see what happens.
The photo in this post is from one of my happiest places in the world. It is near where I grew up. Whenever I visit this place, I have a sense of joy and peace. Today, I am grateful for my hometown and where I grew up. I know it wasn’t perfect but it is home. While I miss the Black Hills, I am grateful I was able to grow up in such a nature wonderland. It shaped who I am am and how I view the word. Take time today to think about something you are grateful about from your hometown.
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Everybody who grew up in the Black Hills understands this level of gratitude and appreciation for this place, especially if they’ve moved away. My happy place is very near here… our cabin at the bottom of Sunday Gulch, and we hike up to Sylvan Lake every time we’re there. Pure magic.