How to make gratitude journal? Try #GratitudePie

How to make gratitude journal




I found a wonderful and simple way to practice Gratitude - One of the

HOW?
 
  • Take a Diary or Notebook. 
  • At the end of each day, draw a pie chart.
  • Divide it into parts.
  • Label each part for the things you are grateful for throughout the day. 

This way, you will end up creating your Gratitude journal. Wonderful, Isn't it?

If you too have this question "Why expressing Gratitude is important?" Read this.

or

If you are stuck how and where to start, this Five finger Gratitude prayer is a great way to begin.
Let's kick off #gratitudepie from 1st July. We have another 6 months before we bid farewell to 2017. I am so excited to check out those lovely hand drawn gratitude pie charts. 

 

Do you like this easy way to create Gratitude journal? 

Are you ready to share your Gratitude pie? 

JOIN ME ON INSTAGRAM @COMEBACKMINIMALIST


Gratitude Pie - How to make gratitude journal



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  1. I agree with you, Upasna. Gratitude makes our life more meaningful. Would love to join with you for posting gratitude pie. And big thanks for the mention.

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    1. Thanks for your support Vasantha. I am looking forward to compile these pies to make Monthly Gratitude calender. What say?

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  2. Wonderful thought Upasna and thanks for sharing a very interesting idea to put it down! :)

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    1. Thanks Sakshi. You must try this and join us on Instagram. Search for #gratitudepie to check other Gratitude Pies or follow me @comebackminimalist

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    2. Definitely!

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    1. Thanks Vidya. Happy to have you here.

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  4. Gratitude Pie!! That's a lovely idea, Upasana. Thanks a lot for linking my post! Appreciate it! ♥

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    1. Loved your post Shilpa. Do give #gratitudepie a try..its so easy

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  5. Love this idea. And it seems simple enough. I'll share it once I make it.

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    1. Yes Tulika, this is the bonus- its so easy and quick to express gratitude this way. I feel so relaxed these days as I make these before I go to sleep.

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  6. What a great idea, simple and quick to do and great to look back on x
    #FamilyFunLinky

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    1. Yes, you got the punch Alana. Its so easy to look back. I am gonna compile these pie charts to make my Monthly and Yearly journal. Thanks for visiting and commenting.

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  7. What an interesting concept. I've heard of bullet journals (bujos) and gratitude journals before but not done like this. #FamilyFunLinky

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    1. I am happy that you find it interesting Helena. Do try it for 7 days..you will find it too good and easy to form a habit. Thanks for hopping here.

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  8. This is a lovely idea, I should really do something like this to appreciate the good things in the day and be a bit more mindful! Thank you for sharing at #familyfun

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    1. Thanks Sarah. You must try this as you will find yourself looking deep for the things you are grateful for, which otherwise get overlooked. I always feel happy linking with you.

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