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Karen Walrond is a (nonpracticing) attorney, writer, photographer, and creator of the award-winning site Chookooloonks. Karen is also the author of The Beauty of Different, a book that will convince you that the thing that makes you different might just be your superpower. She's also the creator of Lime Retreats, a retreat for that helps attorneys discover their superpowers, and use their forces for good, and not evil. She loves dark chocolate, a good rum, and she's wildly convinced you're uncommonly beautiful.

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By Karen from Chookooloonks |

Thanks so much for visiting me here at Bliss Your Heart!  I hope that since last week, you’ve found yourself mindfully noticing the things you’re grateful for in your life.  When you do, don’t forget to grab your camera (or cameraphone!) to capture it — trust me, the practice will do wonders.

As for me, recently, I’ve been doing some insane travel:  Trinidad & Tobago, Iowa, Kenya and San Diego, all within the last 6 weeks!  So this past week, being at home with no travel scheduled for the near future has felt like manna from heaven.  And as a result, I’ve had a really renewed appreciation for things that are familiar and comfortable.

Here’s what’s made me profoundly grateful this week:

 

 

 

 

Yup.  I totally get why they say “there’s no place like home.”  Because really?  There isn’t.

What about you?  What are you grateful for this week?  Please leave links to your images in the comments — I can’t wait to see.

And happy Gratitude Friday, everyone.

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Karen Walrond is a (nonpracticing) attorney, writer, photographer, and creator of the award-winning site Chookooloonks. Karen is also the author of The Beauty of Different, a book that will convince you that the thing that makes you different might just be your superpower.

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  1. Jennifer James says:

    Your writing makes me happy! xoxo

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