Get Your Daily Dose of Gratitude:

Begin the 30 Day Gratitude Challenge NOW!

You will receive:

 

  • a weekly digital, printable Gratitude Workbook in your email with

  • inspiring anecdotes and

  • daily writing prompts to help you think about everything you're grateful for each day

Check your inbox bright + early each morning for your challenge emails!

Sign up now to get started. Your workbook will arrive immediately, and tomorrow you will begin Day 1. Fill out the form below to begin:

 
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JOIN THE 30 DAY GRATITUDE CHALLENGE!

One of the best ways to welcome abundance + happiness into your life is through the regular practice of gratitude! This simple habit is as easy as waking up and saying THANK YOU before your feet hit the ground. Take the challenge to enrich your day with a grateful Heart of Gold.

Each daily dose of gratitude will include:

  • an inspiring affirmation to brighten your day
  • a 5 minute or less writing prompt to encourage you to look deeper into your Heart of Gold
  • AND share-worthy links for special videos, articles, tools and other amazing finds from the interwebs to help you practice more gratitude in your life!

Once you sign up, your Welcome Packet will arrive with a mini printable workbook, including a few pages right out of my gratitude journal for you to fill out each day! Print out your workbook each week and prepare to feel super grateful.

You will receive an email first thing each morning for 30 days with your daily challenge!

This practice has gotten me through 10 years of ups + downs—unemployment, overwhelming debt, loss of loved ones, relationship struggles, unbearable jobs, scarcity mindset, anxiety, depression and even good times when I needed a reminder of how truly lucky I am to be alive. 

When I started my gratitude journal, I sent it back + forth with an old friend every morning. We would share words of encouragement + motivation with one another. We solved a number of problems for one another and learned a lot about each other through the process. She helped me stay accountable, and I'm here to support you when you feel like sharing your words + experiences! 

 
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One big change I’ve made to my gratitude journal has been removing the wants/needs/get rid of sections and replacing them with things to learn + work on and things to release + let go of each day. These intentional sections are kind of like a mini moon ritual each day! 

It takes less than 5 minutes. Allow yourself to open up + dump the contents of your brain, creating space + lightening up in order to easily take action afterwards. You also have the choice to dig deeper and take time to meditate on your answers while seeking guidance as you complete this short journal page. Simply turn the page over to free-write on the back or continue your writing in a separate notebook.

Sound fun, interesting, helpful, intriguing, motivating, just plain old good? Sign up today!

Why gratitude?

Gratitude is synonymous with thankfulness + appreciation, but when I think of gratitude I think about valuing what is important, not just acknowledging it. It's easy enough to express your gratitude by saying thank you, sending a nice note or sharing a special gift with someone to let them know how thankful you are for them. When you say thank you, it can brighten someone's day. It might simply come and go, but when you are grateful for someone or something you make a point of taking care of it. 

The things you value in your life say a lot about you. They tend to make your life easier, but sometimes harder. Taking time to think about what you are grateful for offers a great deal of clarity around what is useful and what is not useful. Learning something new each day is also an important part of growth. At the same time, it is important to make space for this growth to occur by clearing out the clutter--physically, emotionally, mentally, spiritually and metaphorically--to welcome personal expansion. Out with the old, in with the new! You can do this by literally getting rid of stuff, practicing forgiveness, releasing pent up resentment, shame, regret or other things trapping you in the past or by trying new techniques such as banishing or cleansing rituals. 

Gratitude really helps you let go of the heavy burdens you have been carrying. The trappings of a scarcity mindset look a lot like hoarding. Constantly worrying about not having enough amounts to piles and piles of useless things, just in case, you never know when you might need them. If you get rid of it, I promise you'll still survive. You are a resourceful, thoughtful human capable of figuring out any problem. You've made it this far, haven't you? Take a moment and tell your past THANK YOU for getting you here. 

There's one more things I need to know...

 Are you in? 

Sign up by completing the form below. Remember to tell everyone you are grateful for who loves a challenge! Everyone is welcome to join this free challenge. Invite the people you care about to let them know you appreciate them. It means a lot to know people are thinking about you...  

 
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Thanks in advance for joining me!!!

Eternally grateful,

Nicole