My daily Gratitude Challenge has started!

It is so easy to think of all the negative things happening around us/in our life but when you really think of life, the little things are often positive things and they far outweigh all the negative most days. To challenge myself to always see the good in a person, a situation, an environment, and in every day, I researched gratitude challenges and put together a combo of the things that I found which I feel will help me focus on the GOOD. My goal is to fill in one box each day as a reminder to stop and 'smell the roses' and to think of little things that bring me joy which I don't otherwise think of as I run from one place to another.




What ___________ are you most grateful for?




New connection
 
 
put a smile on your face today
 
 
 
Talent
Best moment in the last month
About your body
Movie
Hobby
Song
Trait in yourself
Part of winter
Item that you splurged on
 
 
In your state
In your city
In your job
Act of kindness
 
 
Type of art
Scent
Piece of wardrobe
 
 
Words of wisdom
 
Physical touch
Surprise
Holiday
Words
Part of spring
 
Did you accomplish today
 
 
fills you with hope
Makes you laugh
About growing older
Did you learn in the last year
About mornings
 
Is something that helps you stay healthy
Basic skill you learned as a child
 
 
Experience in your entire career
 
 
 
Part of summer
Household task
Part of fall
Rejection in your life
 
 
 
Day of the week
Website
 
cheers you up
 
 
Transportation
Keeps you warm
Is something refreshing
Something in your room
Animal
Author
 
 
 
All time fave TV show
Tradition
Sport
Self care item
Love language
Passion
Sense (smell, sight, touch, sound, taste)
Junk food
Appliance
Do you look forward to
 
 
 

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