Five Things I Am Grateful For From June

The Coronavirus crisis continues and the numbers keep climbing and racist outburst are still the norm. With police injustice and senseless killings in the world. All we can do is continue to be grateful and thankful for the little things in life and my family. So, here are Five things I am grateful for from June.


The pandemic continues to take loved ones from their families.  Social media especially Twitter has become depressing with hashtag rest in peace trending every other week. Stay safe everyone.


Tough month health wise, with my family falling ill especially my son just recovered from Measles.

I am just thankful because in this day and age it could have been worse. This reminded me that our health is indeed our wealth.


I am so grateful for having an income at a time when the unemployment rate is at an all time high. Hope things turn around soon.

My Children

They make any day good or bad worth living and pushing through. Their smile makes it all alright. I just love going home and have Aayan run to me in his walker and Abeerah dig in my bag for treats.


I love being home and spending quality time with the kiddos. It is a time I do not compromise on even when there is no pandemic limiting us from doing things outside our home.

This gratitude series helps to remember being thankful and reminds me to never take anyone or anything for granted.

This concludes five things I am grateful for from June.

What are you grateful and thankful for in your life? It really does not matter how big or small it is. Please feel free to share with us in the comments as we walk through this crisis together.

A South African bloggers that enjoys sharing her experiences whether about a product or good/bad customer service. I started Ferocious Haven at the end of 2014 , now Life and Mo. I write about beauty products, product reviews , parenting journey and challenges and life and achieving personal finance.

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