You know how you carve out the time to do introspective things like write in your gratitude journal and then totally blank once you’ve got the pen & paper in hand?
It’s like going to the gym and staring at the equipment, not sure if you should go for the weights or the giant inflatable ball.
I know how precious your time is, and how rare it is to snag even 15 minutes for yourself.
So this week, I’m sharing a worksheet that’ll help you make the most of your time:
The worksheet, “6 Writing Prompts for your Gratitude Journal” is available right here!
It’s been said that you can’t feel sad and grateful at the same time, so if you’re feeling down or otherwise “blech” I highly suggest taking a few moments to reflect.
After all, our brain’s inborn negativity bias means we tend to over-focus on things that make us anxious or stressed.
Counteract that cycle by being proactive – you’ll definitely notice a noticeable change!
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