Attitude of Gratitude

Attitude of Gratitude

On Thanksgiving its easy to say we thankful. I have no doubt we mean it. But during lunch today, when I suggested we go around the table and say, “what we’re thankful for…” my sister appended, “but no friends, family, work” comments. It took me a second to think about what I would say which made me take a step back and Pinterest, “gratitude activities for adults” and came up short. Tons of stuff for helping kids to think about what they’re thankful for.  I found this article, “Gratitude Prompts” and thought it was great. The prompts were images, not so easy to print and do later so I thought I would take some time to write them down for others.

Try to think of the top three things you’re thankful for…think about them, talk with your friends, loved ones…

  • Sense – what I hear, smell, see, taste, touch
  • Animals
  • Friends
  • Teachers
  • Home
  • Hired Me
  • Trips
  • Holidays
  • Books
  • Characters
  • Strangers who helped me
  • Love to wear
  • Gadgets
  • Things I take for granted
  • TV shows I enjoy
  • I’m good at
  • Luxuries I engage in
  • Life lessons
  • Service people
  • Simple pleasures
  • Gifts received
  • Goals acheived
  • Fond memories
  • Last week





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