Be grateful for the piles of washing up – it shows that you had food to eat from crockery you own.
Be grateful for the traffic – it means you have a car to travel to a job which provides you with an income each month.
Be grateful for the mess – it shows you have a family living under your roof and a house that is never empty.
Be grateful for the unexpected visitors – they remember you and remind you that you are not alone in this world.
Be grateful for taking out the rubbish – it means you have someone who collects it regularly to take it from your home.
Be grateful for the bills – it shows you have heating, electricity, and a roof over your head.
Be grateful for the queues – it means you are able to purchase gifts for people using the money that you’ve earned.
Be grateful for the pouring rain on your morning run – you have the ability to exercise whenever you want, however you want.
Be grateful – it shows that you have changed your perspective.