How to Improve Your Life With a Daily Gratitude Practice

Hey, friends! Can you believe it? We’ve made it to episode 10! 

I’ve got to tell you, I’m feeling pretty stoked about it. 

Starting this podcast has been something I’ve been thinking about for a long time.

It has been quite the journey working toward this point, and I am SO excited to keep creating content and connecting with all of you incredible listeners. 

It’s been such a joy to hear your feedback, connect with you on Instagram and Facebook, and talk with you on coaching calls and via emails. 

Seriously, it’s been awesome.

I am SO grateful to you for tuning in each week, for supporting the show with your ratings and reviews, and for generally being the busy-awesome human you are. 

In fact, that brings me to today’s topic quite nicely, which is all about practicing gratitude.

How to Improve Your Life With a Daily Gratitude Practice

As I mentioned last week, I am doing a two-part gratitude series and this episode is part two.

So if you missed last week’s show, I encourage you to go back and listen after you finish today’s podcast, because last week we looked at gratitude through a potentially unusual lens. 

We talked all about the process of practicing gratitude ahead of time and how doing so can help you uncover the motivation to keep moving toward your big goals.

This week we are shifting gears a little bit.

While we’re still focusing on gratitude, we are coming from a few different angles.

We explore the importance of practicing gratitude for what you have now.

We discuss practicing gratitude for others.

And we discuss practicing gratitude for yourself and how this simple shift can completely transform your life.

Of course, just like all of my podcast episodes, we also talk about strategy, so you can learn how to start incorporating this gratitude practice in your life on a daily basis.

Sound good?


Then listen below, improve your gratitude game, and start up-leveling your life today!

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In this episode, you will discover…

  • The science behind the power of gratitude
  • Strategies for practicing gratitude for what you have now
  • Tips to practice gratitude toward others
  • Why and how you should practice gratitude for yourself

Links from the podcast:

Grab your free gratitude workbook here!

Sign up for a free 1:1 coaching session with me here!

The Gratitude app that I use


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What is something you’re grateful for this week? How do you practice regular gratitude? Have you ever used a gratitude journal? Do you practice gratitude for yourself? Let me know below!

34 thoughts on “How to Improve Your Life With a Daily Gratitude Practice”

  1. I do not practice gratitude often enough. You’ve prompted me to add it to my daily reminders as the first thing to do.

  2. Gratitude is truly life changing. I’ve been incorporating it into my life more and more and the changes are almost immediate.

  3. I email my bestie happy 3 things every work day morning and it’s been such a great gift the last 6 or 7 years we’ve done this

  4. Love these kind of posts so much…I’m always grateful about something, small things most of the time and I do try to practise gratitude every day. Unfortunately I haven’t used the gratitude journal yet but will do soon x

  5. My friend’s therapist actually mentioned this type of exercise to her. She told me several years ago and I never started doing it. I think I need to work this into my fall routine 🙂

  6. So many great, practical ways to practice gratitude. The tip about asking about “what was good in your day” instead of “how was your day” really struck me. I’m going to make it a point to start asking that!

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