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365 Days of Gratitude Journal
by Mariëlle S. Smith
‘Gratitude is the wine for the soul. Go on. Get drunk.’ Rumi
Being grateful is easy…
…when everything goes according to plan.
But how do you keep at it no matter what life throws at you?
Enter 365 Days of Gratitude, the undated daily journal that will help you stay on track.
After years of barely surviving her own emotional minefield, writing coach Mariëlle S. Smith discovered the transformative power of practising gratitude. But, like no one else, she knows that cultivating an attitude of gratitude is easier said than done.
Complete with inspiring quotes, daily prompts, and recurring check-ins, the 365 Days of Gratitude Journal encourages you to create a sustainable gratitude practice too.
Ready to commit to the life-changing power of gratitude? Order your copy of the 365 Days of Gratitude Journal now.
I have started many attempts at gratitude journaling but always end up falling out of the habit, this journal however is dateless allowing you start it at any point in time and if you miss a few days as you know life happens, you can easily pick it up and continue on. I liked that as I would feel guilty of missing a day and then I would hate to have a blank page for that particular day.
The journal is set up into Daily, Weekly and Quarterly prompts – daily you are asked to reflect on three things that day you are grateful for, how you would rate your day and something you could have been more grateful for. Every week you are given extra prompts that help you reflect on your week and set your intentions for the following week and the quarterly prompts ask you to reflect on the previous 3 months. I loved the layout of each page (I reviewed the PDF version but I can see that it gives ample space to write your thoughts), the quotes on the weekly pages and the overall feeling of the book in general.
A gratitude journal is a great way to help ground you and I found it a really useful tool – I suffer from anxiety and mild depressions and I really loved these prompts even I feel I should be writing more but there is no right or wrong to do this journal.
Author Bio –
Mariëlle S. Smith is a coach for writers and other creatives, an editor, and a (ghost) writer. Early 2019, she moved to Cyprus, and island in the Mediterranean Sea, where she organises private writer’s retreats, is inspired 24/7, and feeds more stray cats than she can count.
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