The Mindful Gratitude Calendar

Bring the practice of gratitude into your daily life with this two-week journey inspired by our Gratitude Journal.

Image by Paige Sawler

Gratitude is a pillar of mindfulness that enriches our lives and allows us to open up to the abundant joys in life, both big and small. Although, practicing gratitude isn’t always easy. Our default frame of mind is often to focus on the things we want to change instead of appreciating what’s here now. With this self-paced gratitude journey, we hope you’ll join us in making gratitude a habit. In the calendar below, you’ll find prompts and quotes to inspire reflection, practices and articles from some of our foremost mindfulness teachers, and sneak peeks from The Gratitude Journal by Mindful, back by popular demand. Get your copy where magazines are sold near you or at our online store.

The Gratitude Journal

In these pages, you’ll learn what the latest scientific research says about gratitude and the many benefits it has to offer, heartfelt personal essays, and guided meditations from leading mindfulness teachers. Plus, part of what makes this issue so special are the many invitations to engage with the content. Between the stories and practices, we’ve included space to create with prompts and coloring pages to help inspire reflection.

The Mindful Gratitude Calendar

This interactive calendar links to tips, research, and guided meditations to help deepen your exploration of gratitude. To fully experience the calendar click on the image above to get started. We hope the prompts and quotes will inspire you to reflect, perhaps by writing down your thoughts, sparking a conversation, or simply by keeping these ideas in mind.

We hope you enjoy these opportunities to journey into the heart of gratitude and that you find space to tune in to the moments, big and small, that nourish your heart.

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The Science of Gratitude—A woman lays on grass outdoors and looks up at the sky. Along the border are flowers, birds, and butterflies.

The Science of Gratitude 

Research shows gratitude isn’t just a pleasant feeling—being grateful can also support greater health, happiness, and wisdom in ourselves and our communities. Read More 

  • Misty Pratt
  • February 17, 2022