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Gratitude Journaling

With Thanksgiving right around the corner, there’s no better time to consider starting a gratitude journal. If this is a new concept for you, gratitude journaling is the habit of recording and reflecting on things that you are grateful for on a regular basis. It’s great for getting a pulse on your mental health and helping you focus on the positive aspects of your life.

The best way to get the most from gratitude journals is to practice it consistently. Set just five to ten minutes aside on certain days of the week for you (and your family!) to sit down and write in your journal. This can be an especially good habit for a teenager to get into considering the amount of stress and turmoil they can often be in with the pressures of peers and grades.

Check out this article for 30 great writing prompts to get you and your family started:

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