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Whenever I’m having a bad day or feeling depressed I write lists of everything I’m thankful for in my journal. It helps me get my brain to focus on the positive and not spiral into a hole of negativity. It feels kind of like doing a reset on my mindset. If you want to try some gratitude journaling try using the gratitude prompts below. I usually just free right but these will give you some ideas to get started. If you’re looking for more mental health information be sure to check out my posts about anxiety and depression.
I’m so excited for:
I love to eat these foods:
My dream day would be:
I am so thankful for these pets/animals:
My life is so great because:
I always want to remember that:
These things made me happy today:
If I could relive any moment in my life it would be:
My favorite movies are:
I am thankful for these moments that happened this week:
I am so thankful for these things:
These things can always cheer me up:
I saw these beautiful things today:
I have been having this struggle _____________ and I’m thankful for it because it taught me these things:
I love these things about where I live:
I’m so thankful I learned these things this week:
I’m so grateful I have these friends and family:
I’m so blessed because:
My favorite season is ______ I love it because:
I’m so glad I have these talents:
I’m so thankful I have had these teachers:
I’m so grateful I own these items:
I’m so grateful I’ve been able to travel to these places:
I’m so thankful I read these books:
I’m so glad I have these daily comforts:
I’m so blessed to have these opportunities:
I have these awesome luxuries in my life:
I’m so thankful I learned these life lessons:
I have achieved these goals:
I’m thankful for these moments in the last month:
I’m thankful for these moments in the last year:
I’m grateful for these smells:
I love these songs:
I’m so thankful for this moment that changed my life:
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