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3 Ways to LEVEL UP your Attitude of Gratitude Practice

Do you want to live happier, healthier, more focused on what actually truly matters and brings you joy on a daily basis? Oh, then I've got something for you—


the Attitude Of Gratitude.





Most of you heard about it, I guess, but I often get the comments like:

"Hmm, it's hard to do this daily;"

"I don't like journaling!" which is a great way of reflecting or "I forget during the day."


NO PROB!

So, no matter if you're new to the practice of going within and seeing and feeling and thanking all the abundance in your life or if you're a regular, here are three little gratitude challenges for you to practice gratitude on a daily basis.

With ease and FUN.

Cause you won't get any results by just thinking about doing it. Right?


So here they are:



1. The Thanksgiving Dinner.




Every night, or whenever you and your spouses have food on the table. Take a moment for everything that is going well in your life and the day thus far. Take a moment to thank each other, that your husband took care of the grocery shopping, that your kids are happy and healthy. And of course, the food on the table, which we take for granted oh so very often.


2. Gratitude Breaks.





Set your alarm three times a day. Repetitively. Each time your alarm goes on, take a moment, it's really not more than a minute, to close your eyes, breath deep, and with every new inhalation, think about one thing you are truly grateful for in this moment. TO memorize it: do it 3 times a day, remember at least 3 things, and give yourself the possibility for 3 deep breaths. And you are super refreshed after that.


And speaking of three, the third challenge.


3. Daily Love Letters.





Write a short note, an email, a sticky note, a voice message and send it to someone to who you are truly grateful for. Who helped you that day. Who makes you smile. Make it a habit of one person per day.

Enjoy! And to end with Zig Ziglars words:

The greatest source of happiness is the ability to be grateful at all times.

Lots of Love, byebye


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