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Special 30-Day Gratitude Journal Challenge for Latter-day Saints

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November is officially here and that means it is time to soften our hearts to the blessings and mercies of Jesus Christ. This special 30-day challenge is designed to be a reflective and introspective way to count your many blessings while inspiring you to act on your thoughts and commune with God. All you need is something to write on, something to write with, and a willing heart.

Print off the following handout by click the image at the bottom of the page or come back here to see each daily prompt. Write down your answers to the questions posed or follow the instructions. While there is a prompt for each of the 30 days in November, you can do this challenge whenever you would like!

30-Day Gratitude Journal Challenge

1. Write about a specific instance when gratitude lifted your spirits.
2. Reflect on a challenge that made you appreciate the value of gratitude.
3. List one thing today that made you smile and express gratitude for it.
4. Name two people who positively influenced your day and why.
5. Identify three unexpected blessings in your life lately.
6. Describe four nature-related things that you find beautiful and feel thankful for.
7. Acknowledge five everyday conveniences you often overlook.
8. Think of six favorite memories and express gratitude for the experiences.
9. Choose seven friends who have supported you and write a note to them.
10. Reflect on a week of counting your blessings and write about it’s impact.
11. Share a trial you faced recently and find a positive lesson or growth from it.
12. Why can it be hard to be grateful? How can you remember Christ more?
13. Recall a recent spiritual experience and why it was important.
14. How have you been blessed physically this year?
15. How have you been blessed financially this year?
16. How have you been blessed spiritually this year?
17. Why are you grateful for temples? Write down notable temple visits from the year.
18. Reflect on the sacrament and the cleansing power of Christ’s Atonement.
19. Acknowledge the beauty of God’s creations that bring you peace,
20. Write a thank-you note to someone you minister to.
21. Express gratitude to three non-relative individuals who inspire you.
22. Write a letter to a family member about why you love them.
23. Pray in gratitude to Jesus Christ for His gospel and teachings.
24. Reflect on the changes you felt after expressing gratitude for a week.
25. Identify ways to express thanks more actively and make a plan to implement them.
26. What talents and abilities has God given you?
27. Express gratitude for your talents and abilities.
28. How can you better express thanks to those around you?
29. Make a list of thirty unique things you are grateful for, both big and small.
30. Reflect on the overall impact of practicing gratitude and how it has enriched your perspective on life.

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Aleah Ingram
Aleah Ingram
Aleah is a graduate of Southern Virginia University, where she studied English, Creative Writing, and Dance. She now works full time as a marketing and product manager, writer, and editor. Aleah served a mission in California and loves baking, Lang Leav poetry, Gaynor Minden pointe shoes, and Bollywood movies.

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