This is a free printable 30-day gratitude challenge PDF with a gratitude journal prompt each day. There are also 17 pages with gratitude quotes. I made this gratitude challenge for myself right after I got divorced. I thought it would help me feel better by increasing the gratefulness in my life and developing an attitude of gratitude. If I had to define what this challenge did for me, it would be “life-changing”. As soon as I started feeling grateful, I became more positive and optimistic. I met someone really special and I don’t think it would have happened had I not changed my outlook. I love my life and had I not been keeping a gratitude journal I know that I would have missed a lot of positive things that I might not have noticed. I have always appreciated what I have, but I never put it in writing before. It is so much more powerful when you write it down. It is an entirely different experience. Please give it a try. You will be so grateful that you did!
Day 1 – List some people you are grateful for. Write what you appreciate about each person.
Day 2 – What are you good at doing?
Day 3 – In what way is your life better today than it was a year ago or ten years ago?
Day 4 – List some places you enjoyed visiting. Write what you liked about each place.
Day 5 – Write about one or more of your accomplishments not matter how small.
Day 6 – List things you love or things you appreciate or enjoy using.
Day 7 – What makes you special?
Day 8 – List the movies you enjoyed watching.
Day 9 – List the books you enjoyed reading.
Day 10 – What do you enjoy doing after work or as you get home?
Day 11 – List the TV shows you enjoyed watching.
Day 12 – Write about a nice thing somebody said to you or did for you.
Day 13 – Describe a difficulty that you have overcome.
Day 14 – What do you love about your home and/or country.
Day 15 – The activities that make me happy. I will try to do them more often by…
Day 16 – What is your favorite food?
Day 17 – Who do you enjoy spending time with?
Day 18 – Things I love about my life.
Day 19 – Do you have a family tradition that you enjoy?
Day 20 – Things I appreciate about family or friends.
Day 21 – What relaxes you?
Day 22 – A special memory.
Day 23 – List the things that that make your life better (don’t take anything for granted and include things such as running water, hot water, electricity, etc.).
Day 24 – Thank-you letter.
Day 25 – Describe one good thing that happened to you in the last month.
Day 26 – Describe one of your best days.
Day 27 – Describe your last vacation
Day 28 – Music I enjoy. This is a good opportunity to make an uplifting playlist.
Day 29 – Describe one of your best days.
Day 30 – What made you laugh?
You don’t have to print the entire booklet. If you want to do a 21 day gratitude challenge then print up to day 21 only. Enjoy 21 days of gratitude.
If you want to cut down on pages then don’t print the pages with the gratitude quotes.