Today and for the rest of this week, we’re going to change our perspective. Rather than focus on what you would love to have but don’t have, we’re going to fall back in love with what you already have and gain an appreciation for just how much you already have.
So, let’s take a dander round your home.
Our first stop will be in the kitchen.
I invite you to open every drawer and every cupboard door in your kitchen.
Are the cupboards and drawers completely empty or do they have ‘stuff’ in them? Perhaps they’re full of ‘stuff’?
Go to the drawer that holds your cutlery.
Take out all the clean teaspoons in your drawer and count them. Do you have any teaspoons anywhere else, such as sitting in a dishwasher? Count those too.
How many teaspoons do you have in total?
How many people live in your house?
Do you have more than 1 teaspoon per person in your household?
Now. What about food in your kitchen.
Do you have enough food in your cupboards, fridge, freezer to feed you and your family for today only?
Or could you rustle up meals for tomorrow, the next day, even the next day?
Can you see just how abundant your kitchen is and how much you have to be grateful for?