Are you tired of the never-ending problematic life? Looking for happiness? Want more money? Better relationships? Less stress? More success (no matter how you define it)?
There are a lot of different ideas or methods on how you can change your life and make it better. One proven method and the very first step you should do is to have a Gratitude Journal.
I know it seems like a boring method but before you close this article, I’d like to dare you to do it in just 7 days. If nothing happens within 7 days, I’ll give you a gift.
So, do you dare to do this #7DayGratitudeChallenge?
If you’re worried or wondering how you’re going to start, I got you covered. I have this Gratitude Journal that you can download for FREE. All you have to do is click the download button and spend thetime to fill up your journal each day.
It contains 10 prompts to get you started along with some quotes to keep you motivated. There is no right or wrong way to practice gratitude. The practice itself is where the power resides.
The physical record is important—don’t just do this exercise in your head. After the prompts, you can pick anything to be grateful for each day. The things you list can be relatively small in importance (“The tasty sandwich I had for lunch today.”) or relatively large (“My Best friend got engaged today!”). The goal of the exercise is to remember a good event, experience, person, or thing in your life—then enjoy the good emotions that come with it.
As you write, here are eight important tips:
Your gratitude journal can include any, all, or very little of the above…
Being grateful helps us “feel better and happier”. There are more than enough sources of negativity in the world that we could choose to wallow in. Through regular entries in a Gratitude Journal, we will lay the foundation for developing an “attitude of gratitude”, strengthening our resolve to choose to feel good regardless of what is going on around us.
Let me know how this journal helped you change your life. Use the hashtag #7DayGratitudeChallenge and tag us @quanjewelry for your journal entries.