Do this every day, write down what you are grateful for on little slips of paper (bonus points for colored paper! Over time, you will find that you have a jar full of a myriad of reasons to be thankful for what you have and enjoy the life you are living.
If you are ever feeling especially down and need a quick pick-me-up, take a few notes out of the jar to remind yourself of what is good in your life.
Think of at least three things throughout your day that you are grateful for.
It can be something as benign as a coffee at your favorite coffee shop, or as grand as the love of your significant other or dear friend.
These exercises and activities are some of the most well-known and proven ways to practice and enhance your gratitude.
Writing down a few things you are grateful for is probably the easiest and most popular gratitude exercise available.
If you have another small object you’d rather use instead, feel free to substitute that for the rock.