33 Things To Be Grateful For When You're Having A Bad Day
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33 Things To Be Grateful For When You're Having A Bad Day

Because we all need a reminder every now and then how much we appreciate the little things.

33 Things To Be Grateful For When You're Having A Bad Day
Allison Jordan

Everyone has bad days. Days where you don't think you can make it through and moments where you question if it's all worth it. Here are a few things that will remind you how "worth it" life really is and how grateful you are for the little things.

1. Waking up this morning

2. Your family

3. Your friends

4. Your lord and savior

5. Your bed

6. Your favorite blanket

7. That perfect cup of coffee

8. Comfort food

9. That first sip of ice cold water on a hot day

10. Seasons

11. Back roads

12. Music

13. Dogs

14. Sleep

15. Just animals in general

16. Flowers

17. Sunsets

18. Polaroids

19. Lighting bugs

20. The American Flag

21. That good day you had last week

22. Love

23. Kindness

24. Hot showers

25. The beach

26. Sweet tea

27. Rain and rainbows

28. Those perfect hair days

29. Your favorite movie

30. Being different than everyone else

31. Laughter

32. Babies

33. The bad days because they make the good ones that much sweeter

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