A gratitude log is one of the most important lists to have in your modern day journal.
Giving thanks for the small things can go a long way to having a better day.
Chloe from Chloe Chats explained to me that even if you are having the worst day, to look for something positive may help you deal with the negatives.
I suppose it is true that if something really terrible is going on, hopefully someone will show you some kindness, therefore giving you that something positive to focus on.
Chloe Chats – Book Review – 365 Days of Happiness
A gratitude log will help you keep track of the positives, and you can reflect on them as and when you need to. It would be a good habit to get into, so I suggest if you are going to create a habit tracker later on, then definitely put gratitude on the list.
You can write whatever you like on your gratitude log, so long as it is a positive. It can be smallest thing, but that doesn’t matter, because all those small things will add up.
This page needs no excuse for lots of cute decorations and doodles, so get extra creative! Experiment with writing inside heart shapes, clouds, bubbles, balloons …
Gratitude now has it’s own page on the blog, and a Group Pinterest Board