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  1. I love these prompts! I try to practice gratitude everyday!

  2. I really love your post. So kind, thoughtful and real. I am a positive person and I am grateful for a lot of things, including having the opportunity to have come across this post. Thanks

    1. Hi Modupe, So happy you enjoyed these gratitude journal prompts. There truly is so much to be grateful for in life 🙂

  3. I like this post. I do gratitude journaling almost every day for years now. It helps me focus on the positive side instead of the negative. It helps me to get over a long time day and improves my self-confidence. Thanks for sharing.

  4. I like your post. I used to have a gratitude journal but I got bored as every day I was writting almost the same.

  5. This is a wonderful article! Just reading through the prompts, has grounded me back in my heart center❤️ I’m looking forward to applying these prompts in my life! Thank you!

  6. It’s a great list. Will definitely try it. I am also into journaling and have written about it on my blog. Give it a read if you like😊
    Thanks for sharing.

  7. This is one of the best gratitude journal articles I’ve read! Great job! Such a wide variety of ideas to include in your gratitude journal!

  8. These inspired me to pick up my journal again! I usually focus on self-discovery in my journal prompts, but going back to gratitude prompts would be a nice switch! These are some great ideas.

  9. I’ve been thinking about starting a gratitude journal, and this article is so helpful! I love all of the prompts you have included. I’m so excited to start!

  10. What a great post! The gratitude prompts are amazing. I’ve noticed that since I developed a daily gratitude practice, I definitely feel more joy, I have more clarity, and I experience less stress. Thanks for sharing!

  11. Wonderful post! I keep my journal in the car so I don’t forget what I am grateful for if I have a moment or a thought and want to write it down before I forget the feeling I am having. I can’t wait to share your post.

  12. I loved this! Every evening I jot down some moments from my day that made me happy. It is so great to end the day with so many positive thoughts! Thanks for so many wonderful ideas to consider. I will use these prompts to help myself broaden how I express gratitude.

    This morning I spent some time smiling as I watched my girls play together.

  13. These are really thought-provoking questions that will truly make you appreciate what you have. I have never been able to get into a regular habit of journaling, but I still like to think about the practice of gratitude.

  14. I love that you thought of 52 for all the weeks of the year. I wanted to start gratitude journal I haven’t started yet but I think I’ll set aside some time to do this after meditating

  15. This is exactly what my morning routine needs right now: a gratitude journal! I know it would be the most amazing way to kickstart my day. These prompts are fantastic and I can’t wait to begin using them myself. Thank you so much for sharing!

  16. I love the idea of a gratitude journal — and these are great prompts to get someone started. Once you start thinking about things you’re grateful for and consciously practicing gratitude, I find it gets so much easier to find even more things to be grateful for.

  17. So many awesome prompts. I just started doing a daily gratitude journal that has weekly prompts and it makes such a difference.

  18. These prompts are so helpful! I especially loved #14. I feel like so often, I only try to show gratitude toward the obvious stuff when there is so much more that I take for granted. It is good practice to think a little harder about just how good we have it!

    1. Hi Genesis, That’s wonderful you find these helpful 🙂 That’s where I find journal prompts really useful; to help you explore more. There is certainly so much to be grateful for in life and finding ways to see it and appreciate is a blessing in itself!

  19. Gratitude, gratitude. Being grateful can change your life. I learn how to practice gratitude and I can tell it powerful. It changes your way to see the world. every morning I write down 10 things that I am grateful for and by doing that you see how your life is great.
    The # 43 because mother nature gives us a lot and we tend to forget that.
    Thank you for these questions the reflect on.

    1. I love that you practise gratitude every morning – it’s such a wonderful way to set the day up for positivity 🙂 Thanks for the feedback and take care!

  20. I love this post. I keep a gratitude journal but some days it’s hard to think of what to write. I’ve pinned this for future reference.

    1. Thanks Michelle! That’s great that you already keep a gratitude journal. Hopefully this post will inspire some ideas as well 🙂

  21. Thanks for your ideas, I tried few time to keep a gratitude journal but I end up writing over and over the same and I get bored.

    1. Hi Irene – Happy to hear these ideas are helpful!

  22. Gratitude is such a gift and a powerful tool for us mentally and emotionally. I love your gratitude prompts! It’s so important to think about the many blessings we DO have instead of focusing on what we feel we are lacking in life.

    1. Hi Lisa 🙂 So true that focusing on our daily blessings is the right way to go. Thanks so much for the positive feedback and take care!

  23. Gratitude really is a game-changer. I haven’t tried gratitude journaling yet, but I’ve been practicing daily gratitude affirmations, and I agree that it shifts how you feel about your circumstances and definitely makes you happier. Thanks for these questions to reflect on; #35 and 41 are great for putting things into perspective.

    1. Thanks for the positive feedback Martha 🙂 Having an ‘attitude of gratitude’ changes perspective on so many things! I love that you practice gratitude affirmations. I’m going to try that too. Take care!

  24. A gratitude journal is such an amazing practice for keeping front and center the important parts of our life and a reminder that even during rough times there is always something to be grateful for. I especially like prompt #12 What comforts in life are you thankful for? I find the most comforting things are often the smallest, like spending time with my pets or going for a relaxing walk.

    1. I agree that the most comforting things in life are the smallest. Walks and time with your pets is perfect. I enjoy the same 🙂 Thanks for your positive feedback Heather!

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