The 30 Days of Gratitude Challenge

The 30 Days of Gratitude Challenge

  1. Call a friend and tell them how much they mean to you
  2. Notice how the morning light enters your home and be glad for a new day
  3. Be grateful for small favors
  4. Enjoy the laughter of one you love
  5. See the world through a child’s eyes
  6. Savor your favorite beverage
  7. Be thankful for a healthy, pain-free body
  8. Thank someone who has taught you, changed your perspective, or influenced you
  9. Take time to appreciate the sunrise and/or sunset today
  10. Be thankful for and enjoy every bite of your meal
  11. Be grateful for the job you have and your ability to contribute value to others
  12. Be present in the moment
  13. Be thankful for parents who did their best and helped make you who you are today
  14. Take time to fully enjoy the goals you have reached
  15. Be grateful for the beauty of creation all around you
  16. Tell your spouse and/or children how much you love them
  17. Be glad you have a warm coat to wear in cold weather
  18. Think of someone you can surprise with a word of affirmation today
  19. Acknowledge a kindness done for you
  20. Be thankful for the friends who never leave
  21. Embrace the uniqueness of who you are
  22. Special moments with family and friends are priceless gifts to be enjoyed
  23. When the day is done, be thankful for a warm place to sleep
  24. Be thankful you are not where you were, and not where you will be
  25. Write a handwritten note to express your appreciation to a family member
  26. Be grateful today for those who lay down their lives in service to others
  27. Take a moment to appreciate your ability to see, to taste, to hear, to feel
  28. Be thankful for where you have been; it makes you who you are
  29. Consider at all that is good in your life
  30. There is hope for tomorrow when you live with gratitude today.

I invite you to join me in taking “The 30 days of Gratitude Challenge”. Invest in yourself over the next 30 days by taking these simple actions each day, journaling your thoughts and focusing your attention on all you have to be grateful for. I think you will see a difference in your life!

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