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Forest of Thanks

Gratitude tree called: Joshua with 0 leaves
Joshua
Latest leaf: None

LIfe

Gratitude tree called: Pedro's tree with 3 leaves
Pedro's tree
Latest leaf: November 28 2022 13:47

Gratitude tree called: Caio and Pedro's Tree with 13 leaves
Caio and Pedro's Tree
Latest leaf: November 28 2022 13:47

Gratitude tree called: Pedro and Ms. Gabi's Gratitude Tree with 15 leaves
Pedro and Ms. Gabi's Gratitude Tree
Latest leaf: November 28 2022 12:29

Gratitude tree called: Wellbeing@WELS with 3 leaves
Wellbeing@WELS
Latest leaf: November 28 2022 22:30

Please take a few moments to add a leaf to our WELS gratitude tree. There is so much great work and support for colleagues across the Faculty; do join us in recognising people and things who make your working life better. Who and what are you thankful for?

Gratitude tree called: Kukay with 19 leaves
Kukay
Latest leaf: November 28 2022 03:46

Gratitude tree called: Yggdrasil  with 46 leaves
Yggdrasil
Latest leaf: November 28 2022 03:45

My world tree

Gratitude tree called: JenCamp with 23 leaves
JenCamp
Latest leaf: November 28 2022 03:45

My thanks

Gratitude tree called: Sitich Tree with 20 leaves
Sitich Tree
Latest leaf: November 25 2022 21:56

Gratitude tree called: haaaja coração with 17 leaves
haaaja coração
Latest leaf: November 25 2022 19:43

Gratitude tree called: Thanksgiving with 0 leaves
Thanksgiving
Latest leaf: None

Gratitude

Gratitude tree called: F6S Innovation Team with 30 leaves
F6S Innovation Team
Latest leaf: November 28 2022 08:57

Gratitude is a way for people to appreciate what they have instead of always reaching for something new in the hopes it will make them happier or thinking they can't feel satisfied until every physical and material need is met. Gratitude helps people refocus on what they have instead of what they lack.

This tree will give us the chance to take a moment and remember something we are thankful for.

"Be thankful for what you have, you'll end up having more"