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Gratitude Journal + Prompts


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Directions for the Gratitude Journal: For the next 25 days, we encourage you to utilize the gratitude prompts included as an outline for your daily journaling. In addition to the prompts, we encourage you to list 5 things you’re grateful for daily at the end of your journal entry. The gratitude prompt insert also acts as a bookmark for your gratitude journal, and includes a blank space by the “Gratitude Reflections” for you to jot down any inspirational ideas, quotes, or doodles! The real benefits of incorporating a gratitude practice are actually experienced outside of the practice. It’s in the everyday moments of life when we naturally begin to notice the tiny simply joys, and stop to savor these moments with a grateful heart. This happens because your gratitude practice trains and literally rewires your brain daily to experience more appreciation and happiness. Like a muscle, the more you work it out the stronger it becomes. It’s why we always emphasize that happiness is a consistent practice. The month of November is coming to a close, but that doesn’t mean we have to abandon our gratitude practices! November's happiness activity is designed to carry you through the holiday season with gratitude, love, and peace. The research behind gratitude is clear. It is one of the key foundations to happiness. There are currently over 26 studies and counting that supports the link between gratitude and happiness. Gratitude not only improves our happiness, but also our career, health &relationships! Gratitude acts much like a natural antidepressant, because our every thought and action results in a release of neurochemicals in the brain. By recalling what we’re grateful for everyday, we can activate certain regions of our brain and promote dopamine and serotonin production. Dopamine and serotonin are often considered as our body’s “bliss” chemicals and fires when we engage in things that bring us pleasure. Procastination, self-doubt and lack of enthusiasm are linked with low levels of dopamine, while depression and loneliness are associated with deficiencies in serotonin. Many medications prescribed to treat depression focuses on increasing levels of serotonin and dopamine production within our brain. The good new? Gratitude practices can also produce these wonderful chemical releases in your brain! To read more about gratitude, check out our blog post on gratitude at *FREE US Shipping*

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