Gratitude turns what you have into more than enough by helping you to find joy in the present, no matter your circumstances. With this brand-new daily gratitude journal, you’ll thoughtfully notice and savor the goodness and gifts in your days. Whether celebrating the delight found in a happy small moment or finding the gift in a hard circumstance, this gratitude journal will quickly become a treasured part of your morning or evening routine.
Features you’ll be grateful for:
— Undated Layouts | Start anytime and develop your own gratitude routines. Whether you choose to practice gratitude weekly or daily (or multiple times a day!), you’ll have the perfect space to cultivate gratitude. Note: This journal has space for marking 210 days of gratitude!
— Room for Memories | Along with space to journal what you’re grateful for, you’ll also find room to track memories from each day, too! Thinking through your day will help you notice even more to be grateful for.
— Reflection Activities | In true Cultivate fashion, you’ll enjoy periodic reflection pages throughout your journal. These “Seeing and Naming the Good” pages will stretch you to think of gratitude in new ways and find it in new places in your life through thoughtful (and fun!) activities.— Heirloom Quality Hardback Linen Cover | Protect your thoughts and memories for years to come in this quality journal!
What You'll Love
— Artfully bound with layflat, smyth sewn binding.
— Coated blush linen cover with signature gold-foil debossed elements on the front cover, back, and spine.
— Enjoy a green, grosgrain ribbon bookmark attached so you’ll never lose your place.
—Measures 8.5" x 6"
—Contains 160 pages
I love this gratitude journal and it’s helped me cultivate contentment, joy, and a spirit of gratefulness. The design is lovely and I appreciate the quiet simplicity of the layout, along with the high quality of the cover, pages and bookmark. There are just enough occasional prompt pages to enrich your gratitude practice. If I had to improve at all on it, I wish the Memory column was either just a tad wider, as my handwriting gets pretty interesting trying to write in the narrow column provided.