30 Days: Sample Day 1
A gratitude journal can help draw out insight that can change your life.
“The purposes of a person’s heart are deep waters, but one who has insight draws them out.” —Proverbs 20:5
If life seems a little mundane, one of the best things you can do is start a gratitude journal. There are great benefits to writing down with regularity, authenticity, and transparency the things for which we’re grateful.
Before you begin, you must evaluate your motivation for doing a gratitude journal. If it’s not based on your own desire to live a fuller and happier life by becoming more aware of what you have, then it likely will not have much effect on you.
If that is your motivation, a gratitude journal is a proven, time-tested way to start developing a lasting attitude transformation. Consider what your life would be without the blessings you currently enjoy. This will help you become more aware of and grateful for the good already present in your life.