Rebecca Derrington
Apr 2012 30

I’m so grateful I signed up to Grateful in April this year and received my daily reminder of all the wonderful things (both big and small) to be grateful for. Just the simple process of acknowledging all the good around me definitely gave me a more positive outlook, which no doubt has helped me judge situations and people in a better light.

See? It’s a dead simple concept that’s super effective at getting us all to take stock of all the good in our lives and to pass the feeling on, and m.a.d.woman founder and Grateful in April brainchild, Melina Schamroth, deserves to be congratulated for helping us to cultivate this ‘warm and fuzzy’ feeling on a global scale.

So until next year, bear hugs to you Melina. I only hope I can maintain this ‘tude for the next 11 months. 🙂

Rebecca Derrington
Founder – SourceBottle

Julia Camm
Apr 2012 24

Tweeting every day during the Grateful in April campaign provokes me to acknowledge and share the things I am grateful for. It’s part entertainment, part therapy. It’s habit forming, as I have stated the day reflecting and sharing what I’m grateful for. It makes gratefulness a top of mind priority, and that my friends brings abundance, peace and happiness [stuff that can live beyond April …]

Tina Visnar
Apr 2012 24

First and foremost, I am grateful for being a mother to most amazing little girl, who inspires me every day in every way to be the bestperson I can.

I am also grateful to have had the opportunity to change my life and my being, through the challenge of being diagnosed with advanced breast cancer. I have since learned to truly appreciate each and every moment of my existence and mindfully stay in the present. Love & hope are main companions on my journey, priorities are clear and guilt & fear have disappeared.

Gratefulness within me has deepened enormously.

Tina Visnar
Marketing Manager

Tiffany Farrington
Apr 2012 23

I am grateful for my health and my freedom – two things we’re all guilty of taking for granted. Our usual complaints can pretty much be summed up by the Twitter hashtag: #FirstWorldProblems. I, like everyone, should learn to be a lot more grateful for the really important things. Oh, and I’m grateful that because of Fang I am never alone!

Tiffany Farrington
Director of Social Diary & Publicist for Curtis Stone

Jennifer Wilson
Apr 2012 10

Thanks for the daily (Grateful in April) updates… Appreciated them last year and even more this year. Last year I was not in the best of places, me and my husband had not long separated and I was not dealing with it at all… Through April I received these emails along with looking for positive quotes through social media sites – this all kept me going, picked me up when I felt down and was the inspiration behind my daily #wisewords that I post on Twitter and Facebook… I have been surprised by the number of people that contact me to thank me for my positive posts. It is amazing how something that seems so simple can be so effective. I am grateful for everything, my friends, my family, my life experiences good and ‘character building’.

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