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Show Gratitude 140 Characters at a Time

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Meet the most grateful person on the planet - Leah Dieterich. Her mother “always told her to write thank you notes. So she does. To everything.”

Her book, thxthxthx, and twitter feed (@ttthhhxxx) are a collection of sweet, funny moments of gratitude. There’s a lot of chatter about keeping gratitude journals these days, and – thanks to Oprah – I think they’re doing quite a racket at Barnes & Noble. But if you’re like me – you’ve already got a stack of half-filled diaries you just couldn’t keep up with. (By the way, I hope I die with a lot of notice, so that I can torch them before anyone finds them.)

So Leah’s approach just feels right to me – gratitude in 140 characters or less.

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