Do You Keep a Universal Grocery List?

by Jessica Mullen

THE BEST ADVICE I EVER RECEIVED FOR INCREASING ABUNDANCE IN MY LIFE WAS FROM ABRAHAM-HICKS’ financial abundance meditation:

The fastest way to get to an improved financial condition is to look for pleasing things that you already have. For in the seeking and finding of that which is working, more success will come. And it will come quickly.

I created the Notice It, Get More of It worksheet to put this concept into practice, but the title never sat well with me. Recently I changed the title to “Universal Grocery List” instead.

The goal of the grocery list is to start noticing the enormous number of things going right in one’s life. Had a good meal? Want another one? Write it on the list. Had a good workout? Write it on the list. Get an awesome Facebook comment from your crush? Write it on the list.

I knew this worksheet was really working when Kelly started filling them out obsessively. Every day, we play a game to see if we can fill up all 60 spaces. And every day, we find more reasons to say, “yes please, more of that please.”

Can you find 60 things in your life you’d like to order more of today?

Download the Universal Grocery List worksheet

Here’s an 8.5×11 version and here’s a FUNFILE version! Enjoy!

via jessicamullen

3 Comments on “Do You Keep a Universal Grocery List?

  1. every day, you can find plenty of reasons to say "yes, please, please more than that." What meaning can be brought.

  2. Thank you for sharing such an amazing worksheet! This is a great way to start organizing your life in general and keep up with all things that are going on. Going to start doing that now.

  3. Great Article, Google nowadays make everything is in his hand like you can see in internet there search engine takes all searching side grab by him, also you have seen android is a big thing which make mobile zone also grab by Goggle. they make everything in there hand.

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