A month of love - the ultimate list of journal prompts to help you find gratitude every day!

4th February, 2021
One way to check in with yourself and make sure you’re soaking up those daily wins is by practising thankfulness. Sure, it may sound a bit woo-woo but the benefits can be transformative! With life bolting by at lightning speed, even in a national lockdown, it can be difficult to give the good bits their due thanks. The phone call from your friend, your cup of coffee in the morning, your orgasm at lights out or the heartbreak anthem that’s getting you through – all these small feats when realised in a few simple sentences of thanks can be enough to turn a shitty day into a beautiful one... Which bring us onto our month of love and daily gratitude exercise!

One thing you look forward to in the morning…
A book you’re grateful for reading…
What is a personality trait you’re proud of…
Write down a happy memory…
Three positives to come out of lockdown…
One thing about summer/spring/autumn/winter that makes you happy…
Talk about someone who made you feel understood recently…
One thing you love about your job or student life…
Where is a place you travelled to that felt like home…
Write about your healthy body and strong organs that keep you alive every day...
Think of something someone said that resonated with you…
Something you’re looking forward to this weekend…
How is life today, better than one year ago…
Three things you love about where you live…
Favourite part of your evening routine…
A tv series you’re grateful for…
What is challenging you, how is this helping you to grow…
Write about a person you’re grateful for…
A song you always turn up on the radio…
Something that made you laugh today…
One thing that made you smile today…
What activity makes you feel calm…
What gave you comfort today…
Give your body a compliment…
Something you accomplished today…
Something you’re proud of yourself for…
What is something or someone that helped you out today…
Something you hope to accomplish tomorrow…
What makes you happy to be alive…