Instagram. Yes, you read that correctly. I really, really did. Check it out. Have no fear though, I won't clog your feed with endless selfies and "duck faces." Well, maybe one or two every once in a while. Because, why not? :) But in reality, I had a slightly deeper purpose for creating an Instagram account. It's all about creating a new tradition of gratitude in my life.
You see, I am online quite a lot for my business and speaking engagements and book promotions and partnerships and so on. My personal and my business persona are fairly united in my online presence. And that's all good and wonderful because my business is a huge part of who I am as a person. But some days, I feel like there is something missing in my online world that is more personal. And that's when it came to me. Enter my new Instagram account. I decided this was a great and easy (hooray for easy!) way for me to keep a gratitude journal. I hope to post often enough for you to see the things that are the closest to my heart. I may not be able to take on the 365 day challenge just yet, but I might be able to work my way up to it. In the mean time, swing by, follow me, check out the things I hold nearest and dearest to me, and leave a comment if you'd like. Maybe you'll even be reminded of something you are grateful for and you can start up your own gratitude journal in one form or another.