Last updated on October 31st, 2012 at 09:18 pm
Sometimes it’s hard to stay positive over the holiday season. Maybe we don’t have enough time to get everything done, or money is tight, or we are not able to visit family like we want. In these situations, it may be difficult to stay positive. We may be inclined to focus on what isn’t working instead of being thankful for all that we do have that IS working in our lives.
When you are feeling like the Grinch has just appeared in your holiday season, I invite you to check out the following sites for an instant reminder to look on the bright side.
1000 Awesome Things is just a time-ticking countdown of 1000 awesome things. Neil Pasricha started this blog as a small reminder of the free, easy little joys that make life sweet. His website was launched in June of 2008 and is updated every weekday.
NOWNESS is the digital leader in luxury storytelling. Each day, NOWNESS showcases an exclusive premiere of the most inspiring stories influencing contemporary culture and global lifestyle, previewing the latest in fashion, gastronomy, art, film, music, design, travel and sport.
News everyday of inspiring solutions and new possibilities. An online publication about positive news, about the people and ideas that are changing our world for the better.
The blog of Henrik Edberg encouraging the world to simplify their lives and become happier. He writes personal development articles about improving your social life, productivity, health, happiness and general awesomeness a few times a week.
Positively Positive is about optimism and inspiration. About seeing the possibility within each person–and within each day gifted us. It’s about wisdom and how we lift one another up to richer, more fulfilling lives. It’s about tapping into your true nature and capacity.
A lifestyle television series and website designed to educate and motivate viewers by learning more about positive living and connecting with like-minded individuals by becoming part of their online community.
Now you can be positive whenever you want. What sites lift your spirits? Tell me in the comments!
Until next Positive Thursday …
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