A Month of Gratitude

Gratitude is in the air this November and Campus Recreation is loving the good vibes. This month, we are encouraging our patrons, employees, and ourselves, to take a moment to ask, what do I have to be grateful for this November? 

Grat·i·tude

/??rad??t(y)o?od/

Noun
The quality of being thankful; readiness to show appreciation for and to return the kindness.
“She expressed her gratitude to the committee for their support.”

Synonyms: gratefulness, thankfulness,  

At Campus Recreation we believe in wellness. Wellness comes in many forms, one of these is emotional wellness. This is our ability to understand and cope with life’s challenges as well as its positives. In order to understand ourselves more clearly, it’s important we share our feelings of anger, fear, and sadness, as well as hope, love, joy, and happiness. As we celebrate gratitude this month, we invite you to share your feelings of gratitude to the people around you. 

We are all on a journey fighting for wellness. Let’s celebrate the small victories when we have the opportunity.

There’s Plenty to be Thankful for,
Just Ask Around!

 

We took to the floors to ask Campus Recreation members what they are grateful for this November. This is what they said…


Family, Friends, and French Fries. -Kara Wachsman 

My Rec’ing Ram family. -Margot

Thankful for 300(ish) days of sun each year. -Cal Graffeo

We are thankful for health, wellness, and inspiring patrons! -Campus Rec

Krazy Karls, Horsetooth Reservoir, and the amazing community in Fort Collins, CO. #ProudToBeACSURam -Luke Reiner

I’m thankful for friends family and pets! -Erin  

I am grateful for all the opportunities that CSU has granted me and my friends and family.-Josh

 

I am thankful for having a job I adore at the best place on Campus, my goofy doggo, my supportive friends and family, my role models and mentors, my goals that push me to be better every day, and all of the bumps in the road that led me here. -Steff

PSL’s and Ugg’s… and all the dog parades. -Zee Howe 

My health and my ability to move and be outside. I’m grateful to be living in beautiful Colorado and get to experience amazing outdoor recreation year-round! -Amaia

Spending time with my brothers in the desert and snow up in the mountains. -Holli H. 

To have the privilege to travel home and spend time with the people I love!-Maria