#onelinegratitude

While on the surface gratitude may seem no different from any other sentiment, psychologists who have studied it argue that this very common feeling holds the power to transform lives. In fact, researchers have observed that people who actively take note of their gratitude are likely to experience measurable benefits to their physical, psychological, and social well-being.

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This journal is designed to help you record short, daily reflections year after year.

Each day write one line. Or two. It’s up to you. However… Do write about your gratitude. Identify a specific moment, person, or thing for which you are grateful. Include why, if you like. At the start of a new year, turn back to the beginning of the journal. Relive what inspired gratitude each day in years past, while also recording new reflections.

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ENJOY. NOTICE. BE GRATEFUL.