Discover a new way to change your thoughts.
Here is a space where you can process, reflect on, understand, and transform your grief, loss, or sad emotions into the positive. Just try it and see it work!
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I started my practice with gratitude notes and journaling over two years ago.
I found myself constantly focusing on the scarcity or struggle in my life and filling myself with anxiety on a daily basis. Out of desperation I decided to try writing down one small thing I was grateful for every day. What I found was that these notes started to open up my eyes to how much I actually had to be grateful for. I started to look for the good in my day. Some days it was a simple as a funny text from a friend, or a walk with my dog. The good days started to out way the bad…even though my life was still in chaos. The difference was I was able to see beyond it.
E-book Content & Extras
25 prompts to help you on your gratitude path. Did you know that expressing thanks makes you more productive? You get more done because your mind is clear & sharp.
Quotes on gratitude, positivity, and courage throughout the journal help to spark your positivity. Positive emotions are related to feelings of calm, peacefulness & tranquility.
Improve Your Sleep
Starting a gratitude practice has been proven to help anxiety, and negative sleep patterns. Keep this journal by your bed, and use the prompts to write down what you were thankful for that day.
Some days this journal won’t work for you…and that is ok. Come back to it. Use this as a guiding force when you are ready to try again. I have found that during some of the craziest times in my life, whether it be illness, family emergencies, or heartfelt struggles, that writing down the things in my life that I have to be grateful for has centered me and given me a foundation to come back to. All I can promise to you is that I have been there, and that I am even in the muck and mire as I write this. My hope is that you can find a moment to focus on the tiny, beautiful moments around you… and find your hope again. This practice has helped me get back up from some of life’s hardest, and most unexpected moments.