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Journal your Journey of Gracious Gratitude

This month in the Calamity Creatives and community we are discussing Gracious Gratitude for more Abundance and Clarity and if you have been following along you start to find that once you've gotten into the habit of thinking about what you're grateful for every day, why not try putting it down on paper?

Now, I know writing might feel daunting for some and you might worry about not having enough time for it. But honestly, it doesn't take much longer to write down your thoughts than it does to think about them. Plus, you don't need to be a great writer to jot down a few sentences. Let's try to make the process feel less overwhelming. Believe me, there are some incredible benefits that come from physically recording your gratefulness.


More About Gratitude Journals

A gratitude journal is an amazing tool to capture moments of appreciation and good fortune. It doesn't have to be a traditional journal - the important thing is to set aside time each day to think about things that make you feel grateful. This simple practice can have a big impact on your life, attracting even more positivity. By writing down daily expressions of gratitude, you're actively cultivating a mindset that focuses on the good things in life. This increased awareness can help you notice opportunities that you might have otherwise missed.

Plus, having a gratitude journal gives you a written record that you can look back on during tough times, serving as a source of motivation and reminding you of all the things you have to be grateful for.

Benefits of a Gratitude Journal

Keeping a gratitude journal has so many amazing benefits! It's a wonderful way to focus on the positive aspects of life and keep negativity at bay. Even when things get tough, this habit of finding the good can give you the strength and resilience to keep pushing forward. Not only that, but it also helps to reduce stress levels as you start adopting an attitude of gratitude.


And let's not forget how therapeutic writing can be! It allows you to gain a fresh perspective on things that you might not have noticed otherwise. Through writing, you can uncover patterns and gain valuable insights that can help you identify opportunities for personal growth.


Tips for Using Your Journal

When it comes to a gratitude journal, the key is to be consistent in your practice. Some people like to journal twice a day, while others prefer just once. But what really matters is that you use it regularly. To make it easier for yourself to stick with it, choose a format that you actually enjoy.


If writing by hand doesn't excite you, try using an electronic method instead. You can use a simple word processing spreadsheet or one of the many apps available for this purpose. On the other hand, if you're inspired by a beautiful paper journal, find one that speaks to you and start writing down your thoughts right away.

Whatever you decide to use, make sure to keep it close by, whether it's on your bedside table or easily accessible on your devices. Transform your daily routine into a delightful ritual of gracious gratitude that nourishes your soul. You can combine your morning coffee with journal writing or add a lovely scented candle to enhance your routine.


Remember, the most important things! Make it personal and uniquely yours as well as finding a method that works for you and makes journaling a pleasant experience you look forward to.


A gratitude journal is a powerful tool that can bring about profound changes in your life. It allows you to cultivate a positive mindset by simply acknowledging and appreciating three things you are grateful for each day. It doesn't have to be a complex or time-consuming exercise. By starting your gratitude journal today, you can unlock its potential and see the positive effects it can bring to your life.

If you are ready for more Gracious Gratitude in your life, start today by joining us in the Facebook group Hearts & Sustainment and don't forget to grab your gear here!



Laters,

A



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