Savoring The Good Things In Life

“There’s always something to be thankful for. If you can’t pay your bills, you can be thankful you’re not one of your creditors”

This 2014, I find myself thinking about everything I have to be thankful for. For instance, I’ve been a Mortgage Banker for some time, which is a position that I enjoy and love.

What Am I Grateful For?

My family and good health.  My ability to help others financially as a Branch Manager. My own personal growth financially and mentally.

I’m also grateful to be able to share the knowledge that I’ve learned throughout the years with my clients and those of you who read my blog. It’s a wonderful and rare thing to do something that you love for a living.

Most of us are so busy reaching our goals, making plans for the future, pushing and struggling to rise to wherever we feel our position in life should be, that we very rarely take the time to look back at where we started.

While it’s always a good idea to have goals, to visualize and work towards them, if you never take the time to appreciate what you’ve done then it becomes a constant, maddening race to the finish line. Intangible things, such as happiness and satisfaction, fall by the wayside, considered unimportant in the grand scheme of things.

What Do I Savor?

So what are some of the things that you’re grateful for?  It doesn’t have to be a big thing to be appreciated. Was the snow particularly beautiful today?

Maybe you caught the bus on time, or you’re able to get your driveway plowed out  to commute to work. Perhaps your cup of coffee was amazing this morning. If it brightens your life, brings a smile to your face, lightens your mood or warms your heart, be thankful for the experience.

Enjoy each moment as if it were your last, sipping from the cup of gratitude and appreciation; you may find that your heart is constantly filled with happiness. Your trusted Mortgage Banker invites you to make every day a positive one.

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