Apr 2017 02

Yesterday we asked you to think about gratitude and to go a step further and write it in your notebook.

Did that feel good? Or did it feel unusual? Maybe you felt a bit uncomfortable. Or maybe you thought about someone in particular and how grateful you are to have them in your life. The more you do it, the easier it gets and better you will feel.

Now it’s time to verbalise your gratitude. Tell people you care about just how much they mean to you and how much happiness they bring to your life. Today.

“Feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it.” – William Arthur Ward.

Sadly, some people never make an opportunity to tell those close to them how special they are. No matter how much you care about somebody, what does it count for if they never know?

Never miss an opportunity to rebuild bridges, heal old wounds or simply express love, for your own happiness as well as others.

Who are the people who support you? Tell them today.

Will you start with the people around you or reach out to someone you miss? Come right out and say it: “I am grateful for you in my life”.

P.S. Don’t forget to post your comments and photos to FacebookTwitterInstagram and Pinterest with the hashtag #gratefulinapril

Apr 2017 01

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“I’m grateful to be able to have a run around in the park on a beautiful day with great friends…” Click play on the video below for more.

Apr 2017 01


Welcome to Grateful in April where you get an opportunity to spend an entire month focusing on creating and enhancing an attitude of gratitude.

Many people say that what you think about, you bring about.

From personal experience and the stories of others, we know that one of the benefits of focusing on being thankful for what we already have, is that we seem to attract more good into our lives.

Somehow by bringing our attention to all that is already great, we also leave less room for sweating the small stuff… and you know what they say about that, it’s all small stuff.

So, how do we change our focus when we are often barely aware of the tens of thousands of thoughts we have each day? Easy. Write it down.

Today, make it all about the write stuff.

If there’s one habit that could change your life for the better, it’s keeping a gratitude diary. Time and time again, people have reported that they have had some amazing results simply by noting what is already good in their lives.

Start small, kick off #GratefulinApril by putting a journal or notepad by your bed and get into the habit of starting or ending the day by recording just three things you are grateful for in your life.

Some days it is easy and some days harder, but as you build this habit you will find that you really look forward to it. You might even find you start looking for things to be grateful for that you took for granted in the past. Gratitude is catchy.

If you haven’t already done so, take less than two minutes out of your day to watch this You Tube clip about an attitude of gratitude – and then share it with others you care about.

Now, are you ready to make some positive changes in your life? If you do nothing else this year, following today’s tip alone could change your life for the better!

Easy, huh? Great, start writing. Oh and here’s some really beautiful gratitude diaries – and all proceeds go to charity!

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We’re hard at work behind the scenes preparing to bring you a cracker of a Grateful in April this year.

If you are not already registered, now is the time to sign up! You can do that by clicking here.

We’d love for you to also keep in touch on Facebook and Twitter

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