“I am happy because I’m grateful. I choose to be grateful. That gratitude allows me to be happy.”
Make a Vow to Practice Gratitude.
Keep a gratitude journal and add to it everyday.
Keep a Gratitude Journal.
Remember the Bad.
Tell someone you love them and how much you appreciate them.
Learn Prayers of Gratitude.
Notice the beauty in nature each day.
Nurture the friendships you have, good friends don’t come along every day.
Smile more often.
Watch inspiring videos that will remind you of the good in the world.
Include an act of kindness in your life each day.
Cook meals with love, think of the people you will feed.
Volunteer for organizations that help others.
Don’t gossip or speak badly about anyone.
Spend quality time with your kids, or your lover.
Add to your gratitude list daily, at least one more thing each day.
When you think a negative thought, try to see the positive side in the situation.
Commit to one day a week when you won’t complain about anything.
Share the benefits of gratitude with family and friends.
Focus on your strengths.
Practice gratitude at the same time every day to make it a habit.
Make gratitude a part of family life, share it with each other during meal time.
When time is good, notice and help others.
When times are bad, focus on your friends who are at your side.
Help your friends see the positive side to life.
Send love to your enemies or people you dislike.
Say thank you for the little things your loved ones do for you, things you normally take for granted.
Reward effort, if someone does something nice for you, do something nice for them.
“Always have an attitude of gratitude.”
“As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.”