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by Anne-Sophie Reinhardt on January 10, 2014

Screenshot 2014-01-10 09.53.45Science proofs it: practicing gratitude makes you happier and more aware of all the blessings you have in your everyday life.

It transforms your life from being “kinda OK” to being abundant and fulfilled. Oprah talks a lot about her love for gratitude practices and I hardly miss a day of writing down things that I love about my life.

Yet as it is with most self-improvement practices, we forget, we skip and we often give up.

That’s why it’s so so so important to make your practices fun and tangible.

And that is what we’re talking about in today’s edition of Love Yourself Friday. Enjoy!

So, will you commit to counting your blessings and being openly grateful about yourself in this New Year? If so, tell us and show us the gratitude jar you’ve created. I’d love to see your creativity and get some ideas for myself.

Big hugs, Anne-Sophie 

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Karen Melick Knapp January 10, 2014 at 10:20 am

Iam grateful for many things, although I do forget, so this is a great idea. but there is SOMEONE I have been grateful for the last few years….I am reminded over and over every day…and this is just the perfect time to again remind them. ANNE….I am so grateful for you…<3 I will send private letter later 🙂 luv u



Anne-Sophie January 10, 2014 at 10:41 am

I’m all teary-eyed now, I am super grateful for you too, Karen. xxx


Andi January 11, 2014 at 4:51 pm

This is such a great idea and so important going into the new year! Thanks for sharing.


Anne-Sophie January 11, 2014 at 5:33 pm

I’m happy to hear you like the idea, Andi. It’s tons of fun, so I hope you make your own jar. 🙂


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