Today I battled my anxiety by taking things slow.
I spent quality time with my daughter, we cleaned my room together.
I put towels and sheets in the linen closet and straightened the piles.
And I could breathe easier.
Taking time to slow down and be intentional helps quiet my inner self.
I feel less churning and more glowing.
When I’m feeling grateful it’s harder to feel anxious.
I really liked sketching the tree and turning it into a PDF for you.
Did you download your Gratitude Tree yet?
Last week I did a facebook live of watercoloring the tree on cardstock.
I enjoyed having a few friends join in to the conversation!
I’m going to finish this with my kids on Thanksgiving– starting a new family tradition!
Please download and use with your family, your co-workers, you students… let’s all count our blessings!
One of my followers downloaded it and is going to do the leaves on green paper– to have a year-round gratitude tree.
That’s a fantastic idea.
One of my favorite parts of the live video was figuring out that I could curve my painted leaves as I glued them so the tree turned 3D! As I get more and more leaves on the tree it’s going to look amazing.
And our Women Create Weekly Club is going so well!
Look below at what Bre made with what she learned together.
Do you want to come join us? Go check out the details.
It’s like a weekly craft party, but in your yoga pants at home. 🙂
Happy crafting, and Happy Thanksgiving!!