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Morning Gratitude Practice

Starting any sort of gratitude practice is a great way to improve your life and make it more positive. A morning gratitude practice has extra benefits, however, because it also gives you all the benefits that come from starting your day off with positivity.


As with other types of morning positivity, you can choose from several types of morning gratitude practice. One is simply doing affirmations focused on being grateful. If that appeals to you, follow the instructions in the last article for using affirmations. If not, read on.


The two most common types of morning gratitude practices are list-making and gratitude journaling. Both work well to bring positivity into your morning and can be integrated into most morning routines.


Gratitude Lists

Gratitude lists are exactly what they sound like -lists of things you are grateful for. You can make one whenever and wherever you want to (or need to). They can be as short or as long as you need or wish them to be.


To make gratitude lists into a morning gratitude practice, you need to make a list of things you are grateful for every morning. Try to make a list that is the same size every morning -three, five, and ten things are most common. You do not need to list the same things every morning; in fact, it is best if you do not.


Just list whatever comes to mind first. Your list will vary from one day to the next and that is a good thing! It will show you all the different things in your life that are good and help you become more positive.


How do you make your lists? You can either make them silently or aloud at any time during your morning routine that you choose. Or you can write them down. The choice is yours. Do which one feels right and works best for you.


Gratitude Journaling

Gratitude journaling is a specific type of journaling where you focus on being grateful. It is often used to write down gratitude lists, as described above, but it is also used with specific gratitude prompts or to write down long paragraphs on gratitude.


You do not need a lot of time to use this method. You only need to journal for five or ten minutes a day. You can use any notebook or a premade journal and download prompts for free from the internet. Or if you register here you can claim your free complimentary 65-page Daily Gratitude Journal, which I created especially for you! Don't forget to join the community to get in on all the fun and gracious gratitude!


See you there!

Laters,



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