366 Days of #OneGoodThing

#OneGoodThingIf you asked me to tell you 366 good things that happened in my life this year, I’d be at a total loss.

It was a crap year in a lot of ways. Physically, I felt like shit every single day. That’s right. Every. Single. Day. It turned out that I have a chronic autoimmune disease. Even after finally finding a diagnosis, I got much sicker before I started getting any better. Then I had to face a lifelong needle phobia to give myself daily injections. And then, my beloved dog Abby — 11 pounds of pure love and my best friend — died from brain cancer in October. We’ve also been deeply upset by the uprising of hate in our country, and we are afraid for our future.

But it’s not like 2015 was so great either. After all, that’s why I started my #OneGoodThing project a year ago. And I can honestly say that it has changed the way I think. Even on my worst days, I have made an effort to identify something positive. Some days it was just a funny video or a poignant meme. Other days it was food-related or style-related.

Every single day of this year, I wrote a blog post about #OneGoodThing that day. Finishing 366 days of this project is today’s #OneGoodThing. Below is the complied list of posts (with links).

Day 366 of 366. Wow, I did it! Happy New Year’s Eve!

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December

 

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148 thoughts on “366 Days of #OneGoodThing

  1. I am so amazed by this project and your dedication! What a wonderful gift you have given me each day as I got to read about a little good in your day. Thank you so much for sharing this!

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    • Thank you so much for reading and commenting Alyssa! It means the world to me. I often think about you when I’m writing. I hope hearing about a little good in my day will bring good to your day as well! Wishing you all the best! Happy New Year!!!

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  2. I concur with Alyssa, your dedication has been an inspiration and your daily post has often given me pause to think and try to see things in a different way.

    Thanks and XX to you both (and Paisley too).

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  4. Boy, I admire your tenacity in completing this project. I agree with Alyssa and Rob, it was something I looked forward to every day.

    May 2017 be a year of tranquility and joy for you, Jude and Paisley. Hugs galore.

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