Finally, an Evergreen Gratitude Calendar
Start Your Practice Any Time
With this ultra-minimalist gratitude calendar, you fill in the header year(s) and the months. Then all you have to do is write in one thing each day that you feel grateful for—watch as your heart expands, your stress levels lower, and your resilience abounds.
+ 18" x 24" wall calendar
+ encourages positive cognition training
+ issued on beautiful, art-print quality paper
+ crafted locally in Los Angeles, CA
+ designed by C. Killian
WHY GRATITUDE MATTERS
If you’ve heard of negativity bias, you know that people have a tendency to hold onto bad feelings more than the good ones.
This is largely a survival mechanism: remembering what hurts you can keep you from getting hurt. But we tend to go overkill on negativity bias, which can wreak havoc on our health (anxiety, anyone?). Acknowledging the positive aspects of our lives (gratitude) helps build our positive cognition, balancing the ugly side-effects of stress and anxiety. It even produces more dopamine.
In short: expressing a little bit of gratitude each day will train your brains to stop and smell the roses more while keeping it healthier and happier for longer.
This was my favorite item in my entire house!
It's my first year using it and I can tell it's made me a more positive, grateful human being. It's helped manage some of my ADHD symptoms—perfect grouding technique! I'll be recommending it to everyone.
I LOVE THIS CALENDAR! It has given me a more positive perspective and it's a piece of art on my wall.
Having a gratitude calendar on the wall was so perfect for me because I’m such a visual person. I will miss a few days here and there but that actually makes me focus on gratitude even more. I think back to the days that have passed and think deeply about what memory stands out and take a moment be grateful. A day doesn’t go missed. I love when my 8 year-old daughter takes a day—it’s sweet to see what filled her heart in that moment.
It's great to use with my daughter at the end of each day! I think it's teaching us both to appreciate the little things more.