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The 5-Minute Gratitude Journal: Give Thanks, Practice Positivity, Find Joy Broché – Calendrier jour par jour, 25 août 2020
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Invite gratitude and well-being into your life with short, daily writing prompts
Happiness begins with gratitude―the feeling of appreciation for the people and experiences in our lives that have helped or supported us in some way. This gratitude journal makes it easy and enjoyable to develop a daily practice through insightful prompts that only take a few minutes to complete. You'll feel inspired to notice things--big and small--that you might otherwise take for granted and pause to feel grateful for them.
Find gratitude with exercises designed to help you:
- Build a better habit―Make gratitude a daily practice through mindfulness-based exercises, powerful quotes, positive affirmations, and recurring themes that reinforce what you're thankful for.
- Develop a grateful attitude―Discover the psychological and emotional benefits of gratitude, like how it can help you feel happier and more optimistic.
- Find gratitude fast―No matter how jam-packed your day is, these short journal prompts allow you to reap the rewards of gratitude.
With this 5-minute journal, you can bring positivity, gratitude, and happiness into your life each and every day.
Détails sur le produit
- Éditeur : Rockridge Press (25 août 2020)
- Langue : Anglais
- Broché : 132 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1647397197
- ISBN-13 : 978-1647397197
- Poids de l'article : 100 g
- Dimensions : 14.61 x 1.4 x 20.8 cm
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It looked like the prompts in this one would be a nice change and a bit of fun but they repeat quite often, especially "a breakdown that lead to a breakthrough". It's not fun to be reminded of breakdowns every couple of weeks or so and, even if there were breakthroughs, how many breakdowns is the average person having? I've seen negative reviews raising the question "a privilege I have now that I've previously taken for granted" but when thinking about hot and cold running water, a place to call home, pets, friends, family and even little things like favourite foods, phone calls, the ability to read and write and all sorts - we typically take a lot for granted.
However, this book manages to be both a bit long and a bit short, in the way that it becomes a bit tedious yet it only lasts three and a half months. If I'd realised the length, which isn't clear, I wouldn't have bought this one. Others make it clear how long they'll last so that seemed a bit unfair. At the same time, I'm glad the repetitiveness is over and feel less constrained with the typical open ended question of three things a day that bring gratitude.