Gratitude Journal Online Course for Chronically Stressed Women

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A 30 day gratitude journal online course is one of the best tools for chronically stressed women.

Consistent gratitude is one of the most powerful tools that you can use to propel yourself into a brighter tomorrow. But, a gratitude journal online course isn’t a magical shortcut.

It doesn’t necessarily create any changes outside of yourself. What it can do, however, is open you up to other opportunities.

As you become aware of the multitude of blessings already present in your life, you may begin to focus on abundance more and more. This can set you on a path to a mental state rich in optimism.

This transformation takes place as you begin to express genuine gratitude to others, and start feeling gratitude and being more grateful regardless of your circumstances.

Become Receptive to Abundance With My Gratitude Journal Online Course

A great way to increase your awareness of the abundance you already have is to start a gratitude journal using my online program.gratitude journal online

You don’t have to wait for something great to come into your life to appreciate it. Instead, just open your notebook once a day and take a few minutes to write down everything you’re thankful for.

You can feel grateful for anything, big or small. On days when you think you have absolutely nothing to be appreciative for, you can prime the pump by taking stock of the little things.

For instance, take note of the air you’re breathing or the food in your pantry.

Once you realize that there are so many things to be grateful for, you’ll find that you can think of more and more blessings in your life.

After several weeks of journaling in this way, you may find that you’re spontaneously running into “good luck.”

Some New Age gurus will tell you that your new found luck is due to “positive vibrations.” Instead, it probably has more to do with training your brain to spot opportunities.

You’ve convinced your subconscious that you’re positively swimming in abundance. And why not? You deserve it!

My Gratitude Journal Online Course Is A Tool

Gratitude can put you on the path to becoming a stronger person.

Use gratitude proactively to arm yourself against negativity and tough times. Focus on what you do have as opposed to what you don’t have.

A study published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology entitled “Counting Blessings versus Burdens: An Experimental Investigation of Gratitude and Subjective Well-being in Daily Life” found that those who maintained a grateful attitude experienced greater physical and psychological well-being.

The study claims that daily gratitude increases self-esteem. It also reduces materialism, envy, and self-centered tendencies.

Gratitude can also help you to form more meaningful relationships and generate social capital. People who consistently express gratitude are trusted more than those who don’t.

Still other studies suggest that as you cultivate gratitude, you’re more likely to grow in response to stress, instead of shrink.

By keeping the things you’re thankful for in your mind, you can reduce chronic, daily stress. When you deal with stressors more pro-actively, others will notice your new-found confidence.

All of these effects combine to create new opportunities in your life that you wouldn’t have noticed otherwise.

So go ahead! Invest in yourself and in your happiness.

Start my gratitude journal online program today and feel the stress melt away!

Open yourself up to the possibility of abundance. You’ll be glad you did!

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  1. This is awesome. My drive to work in the morning is my quiet, reflective time. It’s a 20-minute drive through a neighborhood with very light traffic. I see children walking to school, the crosswalk guards making sure the drivers are going slow, people out for a morning run or walk. It’s the time of day for me to be present and to say thank you for all the blessings and gifts in my life. Your class sounds wonderful.

    1. Darlene Berkel says:

      Thanks for your thoughts Connie, and I agree with you 100% that the morning is the ideal time to reflect. I do exactly that when I am taking my morning walk before the hustle and bustle of the day kicks in. For others, the mornings are a crazy busy time, especially those who have kids and teenagers to get off to school…so for them 15 quiet moments of reflection in the evening after work might work better. Regardless of the time of day, making time to open a notebook once a day and take a few minutes to write down everything you’re thankful for, is a powerful tool to change your life. That’s exactly what I help you do in my 30 day course….one day at a time. 🙂

  2. What a great idea for a course! At bedtime every night, my husband and I state three things for which we are grateful. Even on tough days, there is always so much to be grateful for. Your course sounds like a fantastic way to develop a regular gratitude practice, be happier and less stressed out! Who doesn’t want that?

    1. Darlene Berkel says:

      Thanks for your thoughts Shari. You and your husband are definitely on the right track with your nightly gratitude practice. Developing a consistent habit of finding things to be grateful for is a powerful, life changing strategy that deeply affects your mindset and transforms you into a strong person who can handle anything life throws at you and bounce back. My 30 day course is one of the most effective way I know of to get step-by-step guidance to get started on that life-changing journey! 🙂

  3. In my journal today I listed all my “wants”, questions and things I was stressed about and then my Daily Devotional had a whole day about giving thanks to God in all circumstances. So I went back over that whole list and found things to be thankful for. Such a change in outlook. Great reminders in the post and it sounds like a wonderful course.

    1. Darlene Berkel says:

      Thanks for sharing those thoughts Cathy. Its true. Sometimes we confuse our “needs” with our “wants”, and that often leads to unnecessary stress.. I keep two separate lists. One for the things I need, and a wish-list for the things that I want. I save up for the things on my want list after making sure that all the “needs” are covered. That low-stress approach works well for me. No sleepless nights worried about credit card debt, and a huge sense of satisfaction when I finally saved up enough to cross an item off my “want” list.

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