5 easy ways to find gratitude online

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If you are interested in sharing your gratitude, or connecting with other people who are on the grateful-train, you will find a lot of ways online to help your gratitude grow.

Here are a few of my favourites:

1. Join in with 52 Weeks of Grateful – every week the always lovely Maxabella shares something she is grateful for over at Village Voices on Kidspot. This link-up is a gorgeous community of grateful people; bloggers can link a grateful post of their own, and anyone can join in via kidspot, Facebook, twitter or instagram.

2. Sign up for The Gratitude Course – this is a new e-course from the gorgeous Sarah Prout, so get on the list if you want to find out more. With Sarah at the helm it’s bound to be a love-filled, sparkling, life-changing course.

3. Download a free gratitude pocket diary from Leonie Dawson – this is a cute little printable and an easy way to get the gratitude happening – print, cut, staple and start writing those grateful moments down.

4. Join in with Kikki K for January – As well as bringing you uber-gorgeous stationery, this month Kikki K’s blog is all about gratitude. Meaning blog posts and prompts where you can share your gratitude, as well as a lovely downloadable screensaver for January.

5. Find a Grateful blogger to follow – I have noticed a lot of gratitude floating around the blogosphere lately, which can only be a good thing. Two such bloggers are Kate from Katesaysstuff, who will randomly post her grateful throughout the year (love random gratefuls!) and Tracey from Bliss Amongst Chaos who is undertaking a 365 project of posting a daily moment of gratitude with beautiful photos to match.

These are just a few of the places I have found gratitude online. There are many more out there and I would love for you to share your favourites with me. Please let me know in the comments.

P.S. No affiliate links used, I just like them.

–Linking up with Grace for FYBF, a bunch of great blog reading is just a click away.–

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24 responses to “5 easy ways to find gratitude online

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  2. I knew there were a few people spreading the gratitude love around, but I didn’t realise there was quite so many! I’ll have to go and check out the others now too!
    Thanks for the mention Alana! 🙂
    xx

    • No worries Sarah! I am looking forward to finding out more about the course. 🙂

  3. There’s also the well known link up Thankful Thursday at We Heart Life. I think that is still going. Anyhow I am very grateful for all that I have yada yada yada. I probably don’t express it enough.

    • I was almost sure you would say you are grateful for the existence of Fassbender! 😉

  4. I have been thinking of starting a gratitude journal again. I had one when I was younger. It is such a lovely way to bring more joy into your days.

  5. Great list! Thanks for sharing. I didn’t know Kikki.k had a blog but will certainly look her up. I’ve always wanted to join in with Maxabella too. Will have to make a point of doing it x

    • Kikki K is running a special ‘Collaborative Happiness Project’ on her blog at the moment. She invites people to share their thoughts too. Do join in with Maxabella, it’s a lovely link-up!

    • I agree in the case of my own blogging as well, especially since it has led me to discover some truly lovely blogs like yours. 🙂

    • Some of my favourite bloggers are people I found through 52 weeks too. I will have to check out Finding Joy, thanks for the recommendation. xx

    • Thanks Kylie! Sorry for the late reply, my spam folder had eaten your comment for some strange reason 😦

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