Take this free 30 day gratitude challenge and you will experience greater happiness, improve your wellbeing, build stronger relationships, recharge your energy and boost your self-worth.
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!
If you are not sure this is for you, you can try using a single gratitude list or writing gratitude affirmations.
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 no 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 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.
- You can also use the individual pages as gratitude worksheets and you don’t need to use the entire workbook.