Acknowledging all that we have been given is a great way to keep that attitude of gratitude burning in us. After all, there are just way too many reasons to ever be so thankful. Count the members of your family, include everyone who remembered you on Christmas or New Year’s. Or you can also count everyone who cared enough to give you gifts. All these people are but just another one good reason to be grateful.

This year, I hope we all find the time to be mindful about our gratitude. May we always be grateful for even the littlest of things. Practicing gratitude daily is a great form of attracting more blessings into our life. It is yet another effective form of prayer, too. May we always find the time to practice it in our day-to-day lives.

To help you get into the habit of gratitude, am sharing a few prompts you may want to try.

Gratitude Journal Prompts

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These Gratitude Journal prompts from Rhythms of Play is a great way to help you start journaling about your practice. You can use 1 prompt for each day until you complete all of the 26 prompts.

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These 30 Days of Gratitude prompts from Angie Cruise is just about perfect for a 1-month gratitude practice. You can conveniently repeat the prompts for the next month, too.

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A daily prompt is simply too much for you? Why not give this 52-Week Of Gratitude Challenge shared by Local Adventurer a try?

Starting your practice on journaling about gratitude is simple. You can either allot a portion of your journal for these prompts or include it in your planner’s daily entries. You can also opt to buy a special notebook just for your gratitude journaling. Whichever you choose, I am sure you will enjoy the process and that you will benefit a lot from it.

It is my intention to be more mindful of my gratitude this year. Hopefully, I diligently put them all in writing, too. Wish me luck!

So, what are you grateful for today? :heart:

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is a 30-something work-at-home mum who blogs in between home chores + child-minding. i love coffee, books + reading, collecting lovely postcards, + spending loads of time outdoors with my little man.