what is attitude of gratitude?
Are you ready to receive MORE by doing lil to almost NOTHING?
Does GRATITUDE really work?
Is it saying a simple Thank You?
Is it making me weak?
Is it a GOOD VALUE to have for my 20th month old?
You can answer Yes or No, but before you do, practice ATTITUDE of GRATITUDE for 21 DAYS, you will find your own ONE TRUE answer!Please SAVE THIS POST.Don’t worry if you don’t have time to read. Scroll quickly to see my CHEAT SHEET!GRATITUDE is simple heartfelt thank you for all the many blessings I have.Gratitude is a powerful feeling which vibrates at a frequency at which universe manifests our wishes too. Isn’t that interesting?Being thankful and reiterating this in the form of gratitude, will only give us ABUNDANT opportunities to be thankful for LATER. So, build a future by practising this theory!I don’t expect my 20 months toddler to understand this. But, I am a stubborn mom, you see and it doesn’t stop me from teaching him in his own lil ways. We moms don’t give up so easily, Right?
My 5 SIMPLE tricks for teaching GRATITUDE are–
1.SAY Thank You -Our children learn from us. Say it OFTEN. Show them how happy you are when you feel grateful. Say it for the smallest of the things like brushing teeth and packing lunch2.Show CREATIVITY in Gratitude – Make Thank You cards, Gratitude Tree, or box of Gratitude Stones. It is one of the most powerful tools I have used. Do these with a beautiful rhyme on Cocomelon. SWIPE and comment to know more!3. Make a Gratitude JOURNAL – I started blogging seriously after creating my first gratitude journal. I learnt this in a recharge program. When we write gratitude, we visualize and CREATE MORE good things4.READ Thank You stories and books – Probably after poop story this is the biggest seller. Children love stories about everything. Good books to start- ‘Bear says Thank you’, ‘Did I tell you how lucky you are – Dr seuss’5.CHEER when your child does it right – this is rewarding him or her with your attention for good actions. To their little Thank Yous, say cheers, I love how you said thank you, give a hug. They will do it again for all the praises and your attention.Read more on parenting