My hon and I just rewatched season one of the remake of One Day at a Time. Such a charming show. It’s funny and has heart. I can never make it through episode 9 (“Viva Cuba”) without crying. And the final episode of the first season is absolutely wonderful.
If you haven’t seen it yet, check it out if you can. It’s a Netflix original, and there’s a season two in the works.
For this month’s giveaway, I’m offering one random winner a Prize Pack (pictured above). The prize will be sent via postal mail so the winner will need to provide a shipping address. The prize pack includes:
The giveaway runs until the end of the day tomorrow. All entries must be received by 11:59 PM Eastern Time on June 28, 2017. One random winner will be selected and then contacted directly about her/his prize. Chance of winning depends on the total number of entries. No purchase necessary. Please note: currently we are purchasing Amazon gift cards that are for use only on Amazon.com.
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Every month I gather some of my favorite links, real-life stories, and other items that I’ve seen on social media and share them with you. I hope you find something to make you laugh, smile, or just go awwwww.
Learning English – If you haven’t seen this charming video yet, you’ve got to check it out.
Prompts for 30 Days of Gratitude – I’ve been keeping a gratitude log in my planner for a while now, and it really does make a big difference. It’s one moment of the day where I make the time to stop and really think about how amazing my life is and how fortunate I am in so many ways. If you’ve never tried keeping a gratitude list or journal, this prompt graphic is a neat way to get started. Gratitude logs don’t have to be anything fancy. Just one or two words a day can really help shift perspectives.
I’m So Glad My Husband Told Me She Was A Woman – I love when people share their stories like this. It brings a real-life, human touch to such an important issue. It’s harder for some people to justify their hate when they can see and hear from individual, everyday people rather than a faceless group or label.