"Gratitude makes sense of your past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow."

Don't Judge Yourself

Journaling is a non-judgement space where you can write what you're grateful for, what you want to reflect on - the good, the bad, the ugly. Be kind to yourself as you write.

Be specific.

If you are writing down your daily gratitude, be specific. 'I am grateful for the way my mom is always there for me when I am struggling' is more clear than 'I am grateful for my mom.'

Start with prompts

If you are new to journaling, responding to prompts can be helpful to get your mind going. Download a free set of prompts here.

Writing in a cute journal always helps kick start the practice. Here is one that combines prompts as well.

Write at the same time

In order to form a habit you must practice the act at the same time so your brain knows what to expect and when. Practice pulling out your journal at the same time each day.

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