When you first started Grateful in April, you might have had a few ideas about what you might get from spending a month practicing the art of gratitude.
In the early days you might have had to remind yourself to focus on what is good in your life, but the more you do it, the easier it can became.
Maybe every once in a while you found yourself lapsing a little, but overall, we hope your life has significantly improved as a result of being Grateful in April.
With practice, your inner dialogue can change for the better. We hope you are genuinely thankful for so much and far more aware of who and what you have to be grateful for in your life. You know it’s a great habit when you don’t actually have to think about it – you can continually think grateful thoughts and it feels fantastic!
There have been many people who have taken this journey with us and we are extremely grateful to each of you for your support and belief that it is possible to make a difference with a positive mindset.
We’ve loved the process and the outcomes, so much so that this is one habit we have no intention of breaking.
We’ll be back for Grateful in April next year with a bigger and better campaign. In the interim, we’re continuing our journey of feeling good about the people, experiences and things we have in our lives.
We’re hoping that keeping up the cause can help create a groundswell of gratitude that you will continue with us.
Thank you for sharing the journey this year. We’ll be back from time to time with little reminders. In the meantime, we’re wishing you all the benefits that having an attitude of gratitude can bring.
From a personal perspective, Grateful in April has positively changed my life. What impact has it had on yours?