2015: The year of the 365 Grateful project. #365Grateful
01 Jan 2016
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For the past 365 days, I have been finding at least one thing each day that I am grateful for, and posting about it on Instagram. In some cases, there have been more than one thing. There have been times where I have not had a great day, but I found that one thing that I was grateful for, and it made me feel better about that day. Yesterday was the last day of my #365Grateful project.
When I first set out to do the 365 grateful project, I knew this was just for one year. It has been a great year, with so many wonderful memories.
I will still continue to post each day. Instagram will continue to be my microblog. My family and friends will still be highlights of my day. I will continue to find the positive in everything, and all that I am grateful for in my life.
I continued on my #NewBDK health journey.
Attended the World Juniors Bronze Medal game – Sweden vs. Slovakia
Met Bill Ford of the Ford Motor Company
Toured the Ford Flat Rock Assembly Plant
Had a night out at Mysteriously Yours with Wendy
Lots of moments where I was proud of my girls
Celebrated Lauren’s 8th birthday
Am forever grateful for all that Sanjiv and the team at Nature’s Source have done for me
Got myself a new bike
I found time for my friends – even if it was just for a short time.
Attended a Toronto Blue Jays game with Wendy in the Rogers private box
Took my community management team on a road trip to Detroit, Michigan. A working trip – we captured photos of our visits to the Piquette Plant, Rouge Factory Tour, and Henry Ford Museum.
I participated in my 7th Volunteer Builder’s project, and this was the second I co-chaired.
Celebrated birthday’s of friends I need to spend more time with
Appreciating my time with Dakota, and celebrtaing her 13th birthday
Spending time with friends at Lazy Lakes
Having some of Rachel and Lauren’s friends join us for camping
My team was recognized for our work
Celebrating our 13th anniversary in the #SilvaBulletRV
Took the girls go-karting for the first time – and they did fantastic!
In that awesome summer of camping, we visited some amazing places – like the Ohio State Reformatory, the site used as Shawshank State Prison, the fictional penitentiary in one of my favourite movies, “The Shawshank Redemption”.
Celebrated Wendy’s 40th birthday
Insprired others to better their health
Spent time with new friends at Lazy Lakes
Had an amazing Toronto cluster party with my ICUC Social colleagues
Traded in “Mad Max” – my 2010 Ford Expedition Max King Ranch, for “Raven” – my factory ordered 2015 Ford F-150 Supercrew Lariat 4×4.
Got Rachel her first 6-string.
The girls started Tae Kwon Do
Was in the audience for the 100th episode of the UnPodcast
Had an amazing retreat with my senior youth group
Had some great date nights with Wendy – including this one at #NetfliXmas Christmas get together
Celebrated Rachel’s 11th birthday
Had another fantastic year with our senior youth group.
Did the reading and lit the advent candles on Christmas Eve
I ended my year the same way it began… with Wendy, Rachel, and Lauren. We were blessed to be having a fun night of Rock Band 4 at Paul and Melissa’s place, with Stephanie, Roger and Heather. I couldn’t think of a better way to ring in the new year!
Wishing you all much love, laughter, happiness, safety, success, good health, and prosperity in 2016.
From our family to yours, Happy New Year!
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Craig is a husband, father, team leader, travel and food writer, senior youth group coordinator, designer, brander, community builder, volunteer, and social media strategist. He likes to travel, go camping, go on road trips, watch movies, build stuff, operate the grill, and sing with his band. Craig is a member of the Travel Media Association of Canada. If you are a PR agency or brand and would like Craig to review a travel destination, vehicle, restaurant, product or service, please send him an email.
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It seems that you have many things to be grateful for. I think this is a great way to reflect on what makes us happy as an individual as well as being able to look back at the things that we’re grateful for in our lives. Great post!