Gratitude Journal

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Keeping a journal of the things you’re grateful for has been shown to have a powerful effect on mental wellbeing. Among other benefits, journaling about gratitude reduces stress, increases happiness, and improves self-esteem.

 Instructions: Two times a week, write a detailed entry about one thing you are grateful for. This could be a person, a job, a great meal with friends, or anything else that comes to mind

  • Don’t rush to write down the first thing that comes to your mind. Take time to truly think about what you’re grateful for. Expect each entry to take between 10-20 minutes.
  • Writing about the people who you’re grateful for tends to be more powerful than writing about things.
  • Explain, indetail, why you’re grateful. For example, if you’re grateful for a friend who is nice, describe what they do that’s nice, and why that makes you grateful.
  • Aim for two solid…

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