How To Bring Daily Gratitude Practices Into Your Home

I was first introduced to Gratitude when I was very young in the form of Thanksgiving.  I was later introduced by the work of Gabrielle Bernstein.  If you’re like me you have a gratitude journal and are trying to constantly bring more gratitude practices into your life, it’s about to get a lot EASIER!  Join me as we bring gratitude practices into your home.

If you love decorating, you’ll LOVE adding more gratitude around your home.

Why is gratitude so “in” right now?

Did you know that having gratitude can actually heighten your overall quality of life?

Gratitude allows us to celebrate the present without focusing too much on our future or past.  So many celebrities are practicing gratitude now that it was about time that it got mainstreamed!  Some say having gratitude is a social practice but some also find it all to be psychological.  Having daily gratitude practices just feels good and people have caught on!  From having a stronger immune system, to not noticing those aches and pains, more abundance, positivity, feeling less isolated, and that’s just the beginning of the list!  Having a daily Gratitude Practice really does help!

5 ways you can bring daily gratitude practices into your home

  1. Gratitude Journaling but on a larger scale- Do you have any large dry-erase boards or posters at home? Try this for a weekly project on gratitude, number from 1-100 on the board and fill it out throughout the week. If you get to 100 easily maybe aim for 500 or 1000 the next week! You never know how much you can be grateful for until you try.
  2. Daily positive affirmations- think of positivity as a way to bring more gratitude around your life. What exactly is an affirmation for those of us that aren’t Law of Attraction followers? Well its your way to set gentle positive reminders around goals and how you want to feel. A great way to do this is in a way of leaving post-it-notes around the house with your yearly goals stated out!
  3. Get some thank you notes for when you’re bored or craving a mood booster! These can be from your favorite designer as nowadays everyone is creating cute thank you cards. Send them out to your favorite people because who honestly doesn’t like to get snail mail from a friend thanking them! This can be anyone you may have lost touch with or someone that’s touched your life in some way or another.  Practice humility as you send out thank you cards without expecting anything in return.  You’ll be much more happy when you expect less but get more!
  4. Open your eyes to being okay with less.  More is not always better and when you stop focusing on what you don’t have you’ll start to attract more in your life. This goes great with my new commitment to Project 333.
  5. Stop focusing on what you don’t want!  This goes along with #4 but goes a step further.  Create a vision board of exactly what you want in your life!  Hang it in places you frequent daily.

Thank you HappierHuman.com for this great chart

Bonus:  Throwing a party? Try leaving a notebook out for people to post their favorite part of the evening (whether it be a dish to the music you were playing, you’re sure to have more gratitude after that evening)

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