I am trying to put this habit of writing Gratitude journal into practice. We all have our Gratitude moments; small or big. It does not come easy but with practice – We need to look around for the things which make our Life easy or make us thankful.
Moreover rather than cribbing for the things that won’t work out, its a great way to look back at the month by counting the blessings.
If you have not tried it, I must say START NOW
Keep a journal/diary and write about the things you were grateful for. You can make it a daily practice or weekly or monthly, whatever suits you best.
TIPS FOR WRITING GRATITUDE JOURNAL
You may find it difficult to write a word at the beginning but when you start it, things will flow easily
The journal need not to be display worthy or cost you a buck.
Keep the journal near your Bed so that you don’t skip.
A good event, experience, person, or thing in your life—then enjoy the good emotions that come with it.
MAY, I AM GRATEFUL TO YOU FOR…
- Spending quality time with my Mother on Mothers Day. We went out for window shopping which was accompanied by chit chats. Thankfully there was a Kids zone which kept the Kid busy and happy.
- Thankful for his school for involving them in the making a gift for Mothers day.
- My last moment plan to visit my Cousin’s place. The Kids had fun time together. I feel bonding only develop if we meet often. It gave me an opportunity to rewind and refresh.
- My Son had his first bus(non-ac) journey. He enjoyed it and did not behave cranky as I was expecting.
Thankful for his behavior.
- Won an online writing campaign run by UC News WeMedia for Mothers Day.
Last but not least-
First E-book launch by Blogchatter. I must say- It was not my dream but is a fruit of efforts and a month of sleepless nights- My first E-book is out.
“A-Z of Minimalism” now available over Amazon at a petty price of 1$ just to support my writings :
Thanks to Vidya’s gratitude circle for inspiring us for writing gratitude journal.
Linking with #Writing Wednesdays