I have a journal I write my gratitude in. I start by writing three things I am thankful for and then reflect on my day and write whatever is on my mind.
Until now, I’ve only thought gratitude and sometimes doodled it into my journaling. Or, quickly jotted it down. I find it’s more in depth and deep in our ability to use our minds more actively, now, even in gratitude. Then, seriously start to write out the details of what it is we find ourselves grateful for, even the small details; like the beauty of the cold draft coming in from the window on the rainy nights, especially a downpour. That’s something else, or the reverberations of the church bell. Good question! The more I have been doing the journaling challenge, the easier I have been finding it to slow down and figure my own mind out and then capture the moment I find myself grateful before I forget it again! 🙂
- How many things do you write for your grateful habit?
- Have you seen noticeable benefits in your life from practicing gratitude every day for a while ?
- What do you usually think of when you practice gratitude?
- Do you ever find yourself recording the same things in your gratitude journal over and over again? Do you think it helps you understand what’s really important in life or do you try to spice things up and add new things?
- What is the hardest thing to be grateful for?
- what were some things you were grateful for today?😊
- What are you most grateful for, why?
- How did greatfulness improved your life ? ❤️
- Where do you see yourself in 3 to 6 months? How much movement and motivation can you give and receive?
- I wish you always find something to be grateful for in life. What is it these days?