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The 2018 Gratitude Jar Challenge

January 2nd, the day I open my 2017 gratitude jar. If anyone wants to begin this practice today, a New Year is always a great place to start! Writing it down-the physical record is important—don’t just do this exercise in your head. The things you list can be relatively small in importance (an unexpected call with someone you like, a great meal) or relatively large (We close on our new house!). The goal of the exercise is to remember a good event, experience, person, or thing in your life—then enjoy the good emotions that come with it. Are you in …

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Gratitude Jar 2017 – Just Do it!

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In 2015 I posted “One of the wisest things I did in 2015 was my gratitude jar. I am so happy that I stuck with this exercise because the results were nothing but incredible.” I still LOVE this practice and wanted to share with my friends my insights about this attitude of gratitude. I was reading this great article Lessons From My Gratitude Jar It doesn’t matter what you write. The simple act of finding something to appreciate shifts you a tiny bit each time. Grateful for rain — we had a very long, hot, dry summer in Southern California. …

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My 2015 Gratitude Jar and Why you need to join me in 2016

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One of the wisest things I did in 2015 was my gratitude jar. I am so happy that I stuck with this exercise because the results were nothing but incredible. These days our attention is pulled in every direction, we spend our lives figuring out our next move, our next goal, how much we don’t have. Always thinking that we are lacking something, that we never have enough, or that the grass is greener for someone else… on the other side. The gratitude jar is a simple exercise to help remember the good things that have happened to us throughout the …

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