When I catch myself thinking something nice about someone else or what they've done/how they've treated me, I try to tell them because there is so much good that goes unsaid. I also have scheduled in 10 minutes of gratitude per night on my evening schedule in the Fabulous app and I write about what went good and what I'm grateful for each day.
Daily, before I rise and before bed, I think of at least three things or people or experiences for which I am grateful. When a friend or colleague shows me who they are – by being or doing something that can only come from them, I notice and acknowledge the act or word, or just the way they showed up for me that day. By seeing people, hearing them and seeking to understand them, I express my gratitude for their presence in this life.
Yoga. Plenty of free videos out there to follow for a guide. All you need is a yoga mat (ideally) and an open mind. Also, pick out three things at the end of each day which have made that day awesome. This can be anything: from hearing birdsong, to winning a prize – it's up to you! Also, smiling!!
- Are you grateful for your breath or the opportunity to breathe? How does this question help support your gratitude habit?
- How long do you practice being greatful? How did it affect you?
- how to stay grateful. I’m always grateful for the same things.
- feeling grateful. how do you do this. I want to feel it more
- How do you catch yourself in moments where you’re being inwardly unkind to find the gratitude?
- In what way being grateful helped you?
- What is your be grateful habit?
- I find it difficult to feel gratitude. how do you do that. I have a gratitude journal. Write down 10 things a day. but really feel it. I find difficult.
- Do you write on gratitude nightly or just think about what your grateful for?
- How to find strength to be grateful when handling challenging situations?