There are so many “Gratitude Challenges” in the month of November, however, you should be grateful EVERYDAY. What does that look like for you?
I journal nearly every day and end my entries with what I am grateful for…sometimes it’s a lot and sometimes it’s not, however, I try to be genuine with my gratitude. I would like to challenge you…everyday, write 5 things you are grateful for in a journal, do this for a year, be authentic, there are days you may struggle to find anything to be grateful for and others it may be so much. Start TODAY and when you finish the year, go back and look to see what you have been grateful for over the last year.
Let me help you start…I am grateful for my life, my home, my family, my friends, my Keller Williams family, my clients who have trusted me with buying or selling their home and any and all opportunities that come my way.
The chances of winning a $1-million lottery ticket are slim. Winning the same lottery twice is unheard of.
Yet an Indianapolis man defied the odds twice, winning his second $1-million prize in three months.
Robert Hamilton claimed his $1 million from the Hoosier Lottery Commission July 22, according to a news release. He purchased the ticket in the $120 Million Cash Spectacular Scratch-off from a Speedway on South East Street.
After taxes, Hamilton collected $792,846.04, according to the website.
Hamilton won another $1-million prize in the same game three months earlier, on April 28. He told the commission he stopped by a Casey’s in Jasonville on his way to a conference and purchased the winning ticket there.
“It’s the icing on the cake,” Hamilton said, as he claimed his second prize.
The odds of winning the $1-million prize on that game are one in 2.1 million, according to the news release. Five of the $120 Million Cash Spectacular Scratch-off prizes remain unclaimed.
With his first prize, Hamilton bought a house with his wife Donna Hamilton, paid some bills, scheduled a vacation, bought a truck for his father and purchased equipment for his commercial trash hauling company.
This time around, Hamilton said he plans to buy a motorcycle.
Donna Hamilton said she and her husband wouldn’t let the winnings go to their heads.