Why Gratitude Journal Prompts are So Helpful.
Gratitude journal prompts helps you practice gratitude and it has been shown to increase your quality of life and well-being. Someone who is grateful for things in their life and makes a point to express that gratitude every day is more likely to be happier and live a more fulfilled life than someone who does. There are lots of studies done on this topic that show so many benefits to practicing gratitude daily.
Writing down your gratitudes allows you to stop and reflect on the positive things you have in your life right now. It helps change your thoughts and helps you feel better about where you are in the moment. It will also decrease your negative thoughts and leave you feeling grateful and full of positive emotions.
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How You Can Use Daily Gratitude Journal Prompts.
Daily gratitude journal prompts are usually short sentences that ask a question that will get you thinking about the positive things you have in your life and feeling thankful. These are helpful if you ever find yourself not knowing what to write about, but you want to make practicing gratitude a part of your daily routine.
Having a set of pre-written journal prompts will help you always have something to write about that will help you increase your mood, feel better, and include daily gratitude in your life.
Ways to Practice Daily Gratitude Each Day.
One of the best ways to practice daily gratitude is to keep a gratitude journal to write your gratitude each day. This could be a gratitude journal prompt or even a list of things you are grateful for that you have in your life right now.
I highly suggest you practice writing out your gratitude every day in the morning so you can start your day on the right mental note; this will also help improve your gratitude as soon as you get up. This increases your frequency and can set your day up for success since your mind is happier and thinking positively.
130 Gratitude Journal Prompts You Can Use Everyday
- List three things you are grateful for right now.
- Write down a time in your life that you felt the most joy.
- List three people that make you smile.
- Describe a time where you overcame a difficult time in your life.
- What would you do if you could have a perfect day?
- 3 things that make you laugh.
- Describe a time where you helped someone.
- Where is your favorite place to go?
- What is your favorite thing to do on vacation?
- List your favorite jokes.
- Write about a time you felt powerful.
- Who is your favorite person and why?
- Three things you have now that you’ve wanted in the past.
- What are your superpowers?
- What is your favorite simple pleasure?
- What is your favorite color and why?
- Your favorite thing to bake or cook.
- Name the best gift you’ve ever received.
- Write down one thing you are grateful for that you can see right now.
- What is your favorite food?
- What do you love about your job?
- The best thing someone can do for you?
- Where is your favorite place in your home and why?
- Something that always makes you smile.
- What is your favorite animal?
- What is your happiest childhood memory?
- Describe your perfect job.
- Write out what a perfect date would entail.
- Something you love that’s happened to your recently.
- A way that you’ve helped someone.
- A luxury that you enjoy every day that some in the world can’t.
- What do you love most about your life?
- Something that’s made you stronger.
- Someone or something you’ve let go of that made you a better person.
- A friend you are grateful for and why.
- What is your favorite time of day and why?
- Your favorite vacation you’ve taken.
- The vacation you want to take next.
- Your dream trip.
- Family members that you appreciate.
- Describe your life in 5 years.
- Things you have now that you didn’t have five years ago.
- A guilty pleasure you enjoy.
- One thing that made you smile today.
- Your favorite song.
- Songs that motivate you. ( create a playlist )
- Your favorite thing to touch.
- Your favorite thing to smell.
- Your favorite food.
- Your favorite snack.
- An investment you made that paid off.
- The last time you stepped out of your comfort zone.
- That last time you invested in yourself.
- What is your favorite thing about kids?
- Your favorite animal and why.
- Three things went well yesterday.
- Three things you’re grateful for right now.
- What do you love about your parents?
- What do you want to do as a parent that your parents did?
- Three things you want to do with your kids.
- Summer bucket list.
- What do you love about your siblings?
- What makes you feel strong?
- What makes you feel confident?
- What makes you feel grateful?
- What are you looking forward to this month?
- What are you looking forward to this year?
- List relatives you admire.
- List celebrities you admire and why.
- Your favorite color and why.
- Three things you appreciate right now that go unnoticed. ( electricity, food, roof )
- Three things that make you different.
- How do your qualities make you different.
- What qualities do you have that no one else does?
- Your favorite place to be and why.
- A place in the world you want to see.
- An experience you want to have when money is no object.
- Your favorite cartoon character.
- What food makes you think of your childhood?
- How have you helped someone recently?
- List ideas on how to pay it forward.
- Something hard that you’ve gone through that made you a better person.
- Something that you experienced as a kid and what you learned from it that makes you who you are.
- A happy memory with your parents.
- Memories you want to create with your family.
- Describe what you see outside right now.
- Your favorite activities to do each season.
- Something you want to learn to do.
- Your favorite holiday and why.
- How do you feel during your favorite holiday?
- Your favorite thing about nature.
- Your favorite smell.
- Something nice that someone did for you this week or month.
- Write about your favorite hobby.
- What’s a hobby you’d like to start.
- Something you want to learn how to do.
- Characteristics you like in people you meet.
- What is the first thing you notice about someone you meet?
- Your favorite color and how it makes you feel.
- 3 things you want to do today.
- List your goals for the next 30 days.
- Three things that you want to learn.
- Three things that make you smile.
- Your favorite way to get comfortable.
- Three ways you can practice self-care every day.
- Your favorite way to take care of yourself.
- Your favorite person in the world and why.
- Your favorite social media app and why.
- What is your favorite thing to do in nature?
- List 3 I am affirmations.
- List all your strengths.
- Your favorite way to dress up. What does that outfit look like?
- Your favorite way to pamper yourself.
- An activity you did as a kid that you loved.
- Something about your body you love.
- Your favorite photo and why.
- Go through your photos, describe the one you love most and why.
- Something to be thankful for.
- Three things you take for granted.
- Three things you’re grateful you experienced.
- What’s something someone else does that you’re grateful for?
- Write about your favorite book. Why is this your favorite book?
- What have you learned from a book you’ve read.
- List your favorite movies.
- Describe your earliest happy childhood memory.
- Three things you’re grateful for right now that are within arms reach.
- List 10 ways your body serves you.
- Two things you love about your face.
- 3 ways you can help other people.
- Look around the room. List everything you’re grateful for.
- 5 things about you that you love.
- 3 ways you are unique and how they make you great.
- Your goals next week.
- Write a letter to yourself in the future.
I hope this article allows you to be grateful for all the things you have in your life right now. Practicing positivity and gratefulness will help you with your self-esteem, mindset, and physical health, and is known to help your positive phycology a great deal.
Starting your gratitude prompts with I am grateful for is a great journal prompt that might help you create lists and lists of things you might not always express gratitude for. It’s so important to count our blessings every day.