The Gratitude Notebook is your PDF guidebook to gratitude. It provides a simple, inexpensive way to make yourself happier in just a few minutes a week!
Maybe you've tried to start a gratitude practice before but dropped it when you found yourself being grateful for your kids...again.
I get it. I felt the same way.
I designed The Gratitude Notebook with loads of creative prompts and exercises to ensure that you never run out of reasons why life is good.
THE 48-PAGE GRATITUDE NOTEBOOK INCLUDES:
- Templates to guide your daily, weekly, and monthly gratitude practice
- 12 Gratitude Challenges to give your gratitude muscles an extra workout each month
- 12 Mindful Mandala coloring sheets for a fun monthly exercise in grateful mindfulness
- 101 Journal Prompts to help you when you’re stumped for something new to write in your journal
- Gratitude Affirmations to speak aloud when you want to feel more grateful
- Extra pages for notes or journaling
WHY YOU'LL LOVE IT:
- Easy-to-use templates to help you establish a gratitude habit
- Fun exercises to keep your gratitude practice from becoming stale
- Ready to print, hole-punch, and include in an 8.5 x 11” binder
- Plenty of writing space for all your thoughts
- This is a digital download. No physical product will be mailed to you.
- Please ensure that your device can read PDFs before purchasing.
- Refunds are not offered, so please email me with any questions before purchasing this item.
- Colors and graphics cannot be edited or deleted.
- Once your payment has been confirmed, your file will be available to you for immediate download. You can also access it via the link in your email confirmation.
A NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR:
I started my regular gratitude practice back in 2014 shortly after I was diagnosed with breast cancer. In the years since, I’ve dropped it and picked it up again many times. I am always impressed, though, by the amazing power of gratitude to make good times even better and make bad times seem less daunting.
My biggest struggle with gratitude has been keeping the process fresh. It’s easy to keep feeling thankful for the same few biggies—my husband, my kids, my home, and my health, for instance.
The Gratitude Notebook is the resource I created for myself to give me creative ideas to use on the days I wanted to write “ditto” under the previous day’s entry.
I hope it’s as useful for you as it’s been for me!