31 days of gratitude

31 Days of Gratitude – Gain New Perspective

2020 has been a rollercoaster of a year with people around the world having taken immense strain. As the year draws to a close, we hope you accept this challenge and take on the next 31 Days of Gratitude. Gain new perspective and end 2020 on a high.

31 Days of Gratitude – December 2020

Over the next 31 one days, we would love for you to write down 5 things a days that you are truly grateful for. No repeats thou!! As the days process, you will be challenged to dig dee and truly count your blessings. Fully committing to the process will indeed change your mindset, despite all the bad that 2020 may have brought into your life. We sincerely hope you accept the #flmgratitude challenge starting today. If you’re looking to live a more positive, happier life, give this 31 Day Gratitude Challenge a try.

The meaning of gratitude

Gratitude means feeling thankful as well as expressing thanks and appreciation. There is however more to gratitude than meets the eye. Practicing gratitude can have a positive effect on all areas of your life:

  • Physical
  • Mental,
  • Emotional
  • Social

Research has shown that individuals who regularly practice gratitude experience these benefits:

  • Boosts immune systems
  • Lowers blood pressure
  • Reduces stress
  • Improves sleep
  • More joy and optimism
  • Expressing more positive emotions
  • Improves and strengthens relationships

While gratitude can be a simple “thank you,” it goes beyond just the momentous occasions and situations we may be grateful for. Gratitude is the one thing often taken for granted in everyday life. Think of gratitude as way to appreciate and refocus on what we have instead of what we lack. It can be easy to be grateful for the big things in life: good health, a job, and supportive family. Remember the small things you experience every day — you can be grateful for those as well. Think about these small things, like sending a short text to a friend or hearing a compliment from a co-worker. Being thankful for all of these can help you reap the benefits.

Just like any other habit, being grateful requires practice. And you can start here with the 31-day gratitude challenge!

Gratitude Journaling

  1. Use a journal to write down your thoughts and experiences of gratitude
  2. Collect them in a “gratitude jar.”
  3. Share your letters and lists with others.
  4. Use social media to share your gratitude. Use #FLMGratitude
  5. At the end of 31 days, you will be able to look back and see all of your moments of gratitude.

This one’s for you

You don’t need to share your gratitude on social media if you don’t want to. This one’s for you, but if you choose to share then use #FMLGratitude. We sincerely hope that this journey will help you find a new perspective. To focus on what works and what doesn’t work for you. To help you head into 2021 with greater appreciation, self-love and hope.

May the last month of 2020 exceed your every expectation

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