Attitude of Gratitude

Serving gratitude. Shot at Treehouse Hotel in London.

Welcome to my world of appreciation and positivity… gurl!

Today, I embark on a journey to explore the transformative power of practising gratitude in our daily lives. ✨remember, baby steps✨ The practice of gratitude is not merely a trend but a genuine way of nurturing our souls, connecting with others, and finding joy in the small things.

The Magic of Gratitude

Gratitude is a superpower that can effortlessly turn our lives around. It requires no special tools or complex rituals – just a shift in perspective.

To me personally, going alcohol-free 7 months ago has changed my overall lifestyle, providing me with more time to reflect on the past, enjoy the present and create things that I could look forward to in the near future.

Seeing Beauty in Simplicity

In our fast-paced lives, we often overlook life’s simple pleasures: a warm cup of oat latte in the morning, being all cosy indoors on a rainy day, or a cheeky dance routine like you’re about to launch a Vegas residency. ✨bedroom queen lol

By acknowledging and being grateful for these tiny delights, we find ourselves more content and less affected by life’s challenges.

Serving gratitude. Shot at Treehouse Hotel in London.
Views of the BT Tower from Treehouse Rooftop Terrace in London.

A Source of Strength

In difficult times, gratitude serves as a guiding light. It reminds us of the strength we possess within and the resilience that carries us through hardships. Instead of dwelling on what we lack, we focus on what we have, whilst trying to take the mind of things we have no control over.

In other words, everything is going to be alright! I’m a true believer in the universe and the energy we release into the world. So, keep shining and spreading your positive energy.. it’ll come back to you! 😘

Spreading Positivity

Speaking of which… Gratitude is contagious, and its ripples extend beyond ourselves. As we express gratitude to others, we foster a positive environment around us. A simple “thank you”, check in or a spontaneous compliment can brighten someone’s day, forging stronger bonds and building a solid sense of community.

Gratitude Journaling

One powerful way to cultivate gratitude is through journaling. Each day, I take a moment to jot down a few things I am thankful for. As you read through your entries over time, you’ll be amazed at how this practice fosters growth, mindfulness, and a deeper appreciation for life. Just take a look at my blog post from years ago. 👀

Serving gratitude. Shot at Treehouse Rooftop Bar in London.
Serving gratitude. Shot at Treehouse Rooftop Terrace in London.

Embracing Imperfections

When we practice gratitude, we learn to accept ourselves and others with compassion. It encourages us to embrace imperfections, as they are part of what makes us human. We become less critical and more forgiving, creating healthier relationships. Life would be so boring if we were all the same, right? 🥱

A Grateful Heart is a Healthy Heart

Studies have shown that gratitude has numerous health benefits, both physical and emotional. It reduces stress, improves sleep, and boosts overall well-being. Grateful individuals tend to experience greater happiness and reduced feelings of anxiety.

Serving gratitude. Shot at Treehouse Hotel in London.


In a world that often seems chaotic and unpredictable, the practice of gratitude serves as an anchor to our souls. It empowers us to savour the present, celebrate life’s little joys, and navigate challenges with resilience. As we make gratitude an integral part of our lives, we unlock a profound source of inner bliss and discover the beauty of living in the present moment.

Remember, there’s always something to be grateful for. 🫶🏻