The Next 30 Days Of Gratitude


The  3o Day Challenge is over  what a beautiful ride it had been. Yes I will keep doing this each day and I am now concentrating on my blog at http;// where I will be writing about Abundance, Creativity, Health and Healing, sharing my art, some recipes as well as gratitude. There will be interviews and video too.

So what’s happening here?  I am planning to continue my daily gratitude this time in a paper journal. There will be a weekly post on Thursday that you can join in  more details coming.

My 5 blessings for today are:

  1. I am grateful Cheryl Lee Harnish for her Path of the Soul, Destiny Cards because each morning I head online to get the message from my soul and so often it is in alignment
  2. I am truly grateful for Anne Aleckson because her wisdom yesterday was a wake up call for me
  3. I am very grateful for the mail because t receive wonderful cards with special messages
  4. I feel so grateful for the rhubarb I bought at the market because when i cooked it yesterday it brought back wonderful childhood memories as we had a rhubarb patch in our back yard
  5. I am so grateful for my backyard because I am treated to the beauty of nature every morning when I wake up

I feel so blessed. What are you grateful for today?

Now I am off to count my blessing then to the farmers market- wishing you a joy filled day. Please share your blessings below or at



To read about the 30 Day Challenge head over to  Cupcakes and Cauldrons for the full story


2 responses to “The Next 30 Days Of Gratitude”

  1. Sean Goldfaden Avatar
    Sean Goldfaden

    Hey Suzie,
    Congrats on finishing your 30-day challenge! I’m doing research on Gratitude for a company I just started working for and in doing so, stumbled across your blog.

    I’ll definitely be checking out your personal blog – as it appears your wrapping things up over here, but in the mean time wanted to get your thoughts on our new site

    We believe (as I’m sure you do as well) that gratitude journals are extremely effective in helping people get to a happier state of mind, so we wanted to provide a website where anyone could keep and maintain all the memories, people, and things they’re thankful for.

    If you get a few minutes, I’d love to hear how it stacks up with what you’ve been doing the past few weeks, as well as how you like it compared to a traditional paper journal. Thanks so much Suzie! I really appreciate it.

    Hope all is well!

    -Sean Goldfaden (Community Manager at

  2. Suzie Cheel Avatar

    Hi SEan.

    Thanks I have continued and use a journal every morning. I like paper as it flows more for me and is faster than what i was doing on the blog- I checked out your website and the blog- looks like you are just starting.

    There are several sites around like you what you are proposing-

    look forward to hearing how you go