Discover How to Develop an Attitude of Gratitude!
The act of giving thanks can transform the way you experience challenges, conflict and the world around you. Embracing gratitude is an important daily exercise that empowers you to grow in love, joy and peace - and the best part? You can enjoy the lasting benefits of gratitude and thankfulness in just a few minutes a day.
Get a full years' worth of journal pages with plenty of space to describe your intention for the week, the best parts of your week, what you learned about yourself, and what you're grateful for!
How Gratitude Can Benefit You
Physical benefits of Gratitude
- Stronger immune system
- Less bothered by aches, pains and discomfort
- Lower blood pressure
- Encouraged to exercise more and take better care of your health
- Sleep longer and feel more rested upon waking
Psychological & Social benefits of Gratitude
- Feeling more helpful, generous, compassionate and forgiving
- More positive emotions like joy, pleasure, optimism and happiness
- Feeling more alert, alive and awake
- Experiencing less loneliness and isolation
Why Use a Gratitude Journal?
Practice and Action
A Gratitude Journal encourages you to pay attention to the wonderful and positive things in your life, and to record them. When you start writing down what you're grateful for, you'll become more in tune with the everyday sources of joy, pleasure, and yes, gratitude around you. Expressing your joy and gratitude will have a positive effect on the emotional tone of your life - putting the practice of noticing the good into action will sharpen your vision and help you not take your life for granted.
Be Accountable, Be Appreciative
Keeping a journal helps you to develop a practice that keeps you focused on what's going on in your day. Knowing you're going to write about your day can encourage you to stretch out and reach for a goal you might have let slide. Journaling about Gratitude will help you become more accountable to developing an attitude of appreciation and to enjoy happier days. Writing down what you're grateful for encourages awareness, deepening the emotional impact.
Tap into the Power of Gratitude
Experiencing and intentionally noticing gratitude helps you to acknowledge the goodness in your life. It can help you feel more positive emotions - and we can all use more of those! Keeping a Gratitude journal can help you to remember and enjoy good experiences - and tap into those good feelings repeatedly. You can improve your health with a Gratitude Journal as you get things "off your mind" and record them for later consideration and figuring out how to handle the challenges that life can bring you.
About the Author
Dianne M. Daniels
Dianne M. Daniels is a Course Creator, Writer, Unitarian Universalist Minister, and Spiritual Director dedicated to empowering women with the proven practices of Affirmations and Journaling to create and manifest the life they want and deserve to live.
Dianne's unique style includes a focus on time-tested and proven methods, with a healthy dose of personal empowerment and the joy of discovering the depths of our perfectly imperfect hearts and spirits.
Dianne holds a bachelor's degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Management from Kaplan University, a Master of Divinity degree from Starr King School for the Ministry and certification as a Spiritual Companion and Director through Still Harbor.
Get Started Right Away with Giving Thanks: Your One Year Gratitude Journal
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you can get your own copy of the
Giving Thanks One Year Gratitude Journal.
Inside the journal, you'll find:
- Plenty of space to set your intentions for the week ahead
- Dedicated space for:
- The Best Parts of My Week
- What I Learned About Myself This Week
- What I'm Grateful for This Week
- People I'm Grateful for This Week
Writing down what you're grateful for each day can positively impact how your mind and body function and serve as a personal outlet for reflection.
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