What is a good way to show yourself what to be grateful for?

Mallika N.
It can be helpful to change your perspective if you're having a hard time thinking of what you are grateful for. One way to do that is to think about the small things that made you smile, and remind yourself that sometimes it's the little things that matter. It's also helpful to think about how your past self would think of something. As we evolve, we get used to things and what may have been a big deal to us is something we start taking for granted. Reminding ourselves of the excitement we first had moving into our current home or meeting someone special can give us some perspective.
Jenny P.
I really don't know? As being grateful and what to be grateful for is so personal. For me it's been showing some long over due self care and so I'm grateful to myself for recognising the need.
I'm also trying to interlace my gratitudes with the simple pleasures I'm happy exist. Chocolate honeycomb – so gratefully to whomever invented it 🙂
Shelley P.
Close your eyes. Sit in silence. Breathe, thoughtfully. Are you breathing? Are you being? Start by being thankful for that.
Olivia F.
A good way to show yourself on what to be grateful for is first to take inventory of your life: loved ones, family, friends, acquaintances, colleagues. Also review ones recent accomplishments and overall health along with habits of living. Gratitude for me is also tied to my personal affirmations. Once one meditates on any of these aspects of ones life, then give thanks for their presence in ones life. Look at how they added love, warmth, kindness, understanding, consolation, forgiveness towards oneself. Then one can begin to feel gratefulness towards their presence. Feel fortunate for the relationships, events, health …