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30 Day Gratitude Challenge

Making time to reflect and be grateful for all the wonderful things you have can be challenging. Especially when you’re busy is when you need this time! Whether you are preparing for a more grateful Thanksgiving, or you just want to take a moment to think about all the things you have to be grateful for, a challenge can help you do just that. So I put together a 30-day gratitude challenge to help us learn to be more grateful and show it every day for 30 days.

Let’s commit to 30 days of intentional gratitude. Feel free to bookmark this article, as I’ll be updating it throughout the challenge with links to livestreams, videos and blog posts to support you along the way.

A simple and fun 30 day gratitude challenge to help us to establish a habit of being intentionally grateful in our daily routines. #thankfulthursday #gratitudechallenge

30 Day Gratitude Challenge

Day 1

Start a gratitude journal and write something you’re grateful for each day.

Day 2

Make a list of 5 things you love about yourself.

Day 3

Spend some extra time with your significant other or a loved one today.

Day 4

Leave a gift in the mailbox for your mail carrier.

Day 5

Compliment someone today, whether it’s a stranger or someone you know.

Day 6

Treat a friend to a coffee today. (Face-to-face or virtually)

Day 7

Make it your goal to not complain for an entire day.

Day 8

Acknowledge something your family members have done today and how that makes you feel.

Day 9

Spend quality time together as a family.

Day 10

Make a list of 5 things you love about your life.

Day 11

Send flowers to a random person.

Day 12

Bake a special treat for your neighbor just because.

Day 13

Volunteer in your community today.

Day 14

Offer to do something for your kids or spouse today. This can be a chore or something you know they don’t like.

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Day 15

Spend extra time with your kids today.

Day 16

If you have a busy mom or person in your life, bake them dinner and send it over. (Or use a meal delivering service or just Pay Pal / CashApp / Venmo her funds and say “Dinner’s On Me”)

Day 17

Offer to watch one of your friend’s or family members kids for the day.

Day 18

Spend 10 minutes doing something for yourself today.

Day 19

Find a way to give back to a cause or your community that has helped you.

Day 20

Write a nice review of a store, restaurant, or service you’ve enjoyed recently.

Day 21

Do a random act of kindness today.

Day 22

Go through your home and donate anything you’re not using.

Day 23

Hold the door for someone today.

Day 24

Call a family member today just to say hello.

Day 25

Call or text a friend and let them know how much they mean to you.

Day 26

Send a thank-you card to someone who has helped you recently. Or surprise them with some happy mail.

Day 27

The next time you go out to dinner or through a drive-thru, pay for the person behind you.

Day 28

Buy a small gift for your spouse to let them know how much they mean to you.

Day 29

Help someone in need today, whether it’s a friend or a stranger.

Day 30

Read through your gratitude journal, and keep it handy for times when you feel less content.

I hope this challenge leaves you feeling more grateful and content.

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