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We’re revamping the Gratitude Journal!

February 4, 2013 | Gratitude Journal | 0 comments

What are you grateful for?

We’re revamping the Community Gratitude Journal! For starters, we’ll be collecting our gratitudes through Thnx4.org. Thnx4 is the Greater Good Science Center’s new sharable online Gratitude Journal. Here you can create your own personal gratitude journal and take the 14-Day Gratitude Challenge.

In the months to come, we’ll be highlighting trends that we see through the Thnx4 gratitude journals and combining our observations with specific posts from the site. Stay tuned!

I am grateful for living in a country where my children are cherished for their unique talents and have the opportunity to follow their dreams and lead fulfilling lives!
Borsika Rabin

I am so greatful this little “special” person came into our life 6 yrs ago today and has been one of the biggest blessings of our lives!
Jennifer

I am grateful for the nurturing beauty of the desert and the nurturing beauty of love.
Lynea Diaz-Hagan & Tom Prado

I am so thankful for my support system of friends, family, and colleagues as I make a transition into a new line of work.
N. B.

I am grateful for all of the love I have in my life both as a giver and a recipient!
Ronni

I’m grateful for the challenges and experiences that make us stronger.
Janine Kovac


Want to see what others are thankful for? Check out the Thnx4 Feed. And you can create your own online gratitude journal through Thnx4 here.

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