Friday, August 2, 2019

Family Gratitude Journal: Let's Record Some Memories Today


Settling in with a hot cup of coffee or tea, early in the morning, with a good book in hand is my ideal way to start the day. It doesn't happen much, I'll admit, but it's something I love to do when it does. My daughter on the other hand, gets satisfaction writing in a journal. She is great at it, and has gone through many journals in her life, so I can see her sitting on the bed, though it would probably be later in the evening, jotting down her thoughts in this hard cover Gratitude Journal. 


There is a quote of inspiration at the top of each page, to help inspire you and get you in the right frame of mind.


Then there are three sections to fill in. This allows you to note in each section, what you are grateful for, daily.


The Olive Green linen color has a classic look and feel, and makes the journal easy to recognize (and if you are doing this as a family activity, create memories with as well). For me as a child, it was buttons. My grandma had a container full of them, and I loved to sort, count and play with them (as I found out recently, my mother did too). For my daughter, I can foresee this journal creating a positive memory for her, as she settles in to record the things she is grateful for each day. No doubt she will have her daughter right next to her, and although the little one is too small to participate in such an activity yet, it is a given her mother will be writing about her from time to time because she is of course, a huge joy and blessing to her (to all of us).

I like this journal. My favorite thing? I love the idea of recording grateful thoughts each day. What a wonderful way to recognize the beauty in our lives, and stay grounded and grateful.


The Family Gratitude is bound in an olive linen with gold embossed title. Spine features title 365 days of family gratitude. The purpose of this journal is to create a tool for parents to teach their children all about living a grateful life. How to live your life feeling grateful for what you have, for those who love and care for you, for the kindness that people show and for the experiences that enrich and inspire everyday. Can also be used for those without kids.
  • Beautiful way of bringing family together at the end of every day and each sharing and journaling answers to the following questions: Today I am grateful for, People I am thankful for, Best part of my day was
  • Each page features a quote that can be used as a prompt to start conversations that open children’s minds further to understanding how to be thankful and give guidance to emotionally coping with everyday life situations.
  • Features: 365 pages, Case bound, flat lay binding, 120GSM forest free paper & ribbon marker Size: 230 x 130mm & 365pp
  • BUY on website

11 comments:

  1. Everyone would benefit from doing this daily. So many never stop and look around them at all their blessings.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend, my friend. ♥

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  2. Gratitude is a gift which keeps giving.

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  3. Great way to get one to think about the good they have. I like the color of the cover too.

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  4. Sounds like a great way to start the day. This would help me be more generous.

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  5. This is a great idea. Everyone could use a little encouragement to remind themselves what they should be grateful for. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  6. What an awesome idea. I love writing journal and writing those things that you need to be grateful about is really a goof thing to do.

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  7. It's great to have something positive to keep around. There's so much negativity in the world. Got have something that's good.

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  8. I used to write in a journal all the time, and would always include a gratitude section at the end of each post. I got out of the practice, but I really need to start it up again because it truly is very beneficial.

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  9. I used to write in a journal all the time, and would always include a gratitude section at the end of each post. I got out of the practice, but I really need to start it up again because it truly is very beneficial.

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  10. I am planning to do this, writing down all things I am grateful for everyday. It will help me make humble. Love this journal!

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  11. A great idea for a family bonding at the same time teaching our kids appreciate what they have.

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