Download this 30 Day Gratitude Challenge PDF. Daily exercises to increase your gratefulness. By the end of this 30-day gratitude challenge, you will have created a solid gratitude habit! Turn life’s lemons into lemonade.
30 Day Gratitude Challenge PDF
Have you taken the November Gratitude Challenge? Basically every day in the month of November you list one thing you are grateful for. I have tried to do this every November and it is great way to enter and approach the holidays? However, it isn’t enough. With the end of the school year, crazy schedules and the approach of summer, I admit, I need another gratitude challenge.
So I am taking the May 30 Day Gratitude Challenge. Honestly this can be done any month, but I am approaching it this May through the chaos of different season, a season other than November. There are many ways I have approached the gratitude challenge in the past. I have done it with no direction, just thinking of a reason to be thankful every day. I have done it alphabetically thinking of something I am thankful for that starts with an A, the next day B then all the way to Z. This Summer 30 Day Gratitude Challenge I am approaching with themes.
Gratitude Challenge Ideas
Let’s talk a themed gratitude challenge. Each day for 30 days, you focus on finding people or things, you’re grateful to have in your life, and then you express your gratitude for them. By the end of this 30-day gratitude challenge, you will have created a solid gratitude habit!
Gratitude Challenge Ideas and Themes include:
Every single day in the month, write down the following areas of thanksgiving in a gratitude journal or even on your daily/weekly planner. They could even be discussed with your family member over dinner.
- Day 1: Home
- Day 2: Family
- Day 3: Time
- Day 4: Books
- Day 5: Heritage
- Day 6: Pet/Animals
- Day 7: Life
- Day 8: Memories
- Day 9: Traditions
- Day 10: Freedom
- Day 11: Passion
- Day 12: Work/Business
- Day 13: Music
- Day 14: Nature
- Day 15: Health
- Day 16: Memory
- Day 17: Knowledge
- Day 18: Kindness
- Day 19: Love
- Day 20: Faith
- Day 21: Technology
- Day 22: Art
- Day 23: Laughter
- Day 24: Self Care
- Day 25: Creativity
- Day 26: Comforts
- Day 27: Opportunities
- Day 28: Adventures
- Day 29: Friends
- Day 30: The Past
Every day for the next 30 days, celebrate something related to the theme of the day. Take a photo, journal about it, discuss it over dinner conversation with your family or share it on social media.
Turn life’s greatest lessons, aka lemons, into lemonade.
Thankful Mom Hack: When my kids (or I) cannot sleep, I tell them to go through the letters A to Z listing the things they are thankful for or want to pray over. This is similar to counting sheep only keeps them focused in gratitude or prayer before dozing off.
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In our daily planner we include a daily list of what you are grateful for. This is great for keeping up with your gratitude habit.
How to Print at Staples
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- Return to the Staples Printing Service Page.
- Scroll down to Self-Service printing.
- Go to Start Project.
- Go to Documents Printing.
- Select Browse.
- Select the Buy Now Button under color.
- In the left column, choose add file(s).
- Select upload files (to upload a file from your computer).
- Add more files or select the blue upload button.
- Select done.
- Give your job a name in the top left column.
- Choose color or B&W.
- Make sure your project is single sided. (You can choose double sided if you need.)
- Choose the correct orientation of your project – landscape or portrait.
- I changed my media to 8.5×11 67 lb card/coverstock (I prefer a card stock feel over printer paper feel. It makes the paper very durable and sturdy.)
- Save your product to Staples or select add to cart on the bottom right.
- Proceed to checkout.
*Note: these Staple print service steps were added in Winter 2019 The directions may change as the website changes. They should give you a general outline of how to upload and order a print on Staples.com.
Our Pinterest community and I would love to see how this worked out for you. Share your printed out 30-Day Gratitude Challenge. I would love if you shared some things (people) you are thankful for! Leave a comment and/or add a photo here on Pinterest!
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