It depends on the habit. I like to gove a full 10 minutes for certain things and then maybe a little less if it is something I'm just trying out and want to check off and move on.
I don’t want meditation to be a “should’ve” experience. So, I always start by saying I’m just gonna try to be still. Not for ten minutes or forty minutes … just still. When I’m still I’m done and if I can’t be still today wasn’t the day but I tried. I’d rather look back on my day and say I sat and tried to be still than I didn’t bother. That’s it. Just. Be. Still. You’re worth it.
- 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?