Keep a Gratitude journal – 15 Days of Self-Care

Grab this free gratitude journal printable page if you're looking for easy ways to do self-care as a busy special needs mom. Check out the rest of the series for 15 easy, practical ideas.

A simple gratitude journal

Staying grateful is key in wiring your brain for positivity.  If a gratitude journal is going to end up as just another thing on your never-ending to-do list, try keeping a more simple journal page (like the free one below) to keep around to fill out only when you are feeling the pinch of stress and fatigue.  Think bullet journal style.

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Grab this free gratitude journal printable page if you're looking for easy ways to do self-care as a busy special needs mom.  Check out the rest of the series for 15 easy, practical ideas.

Or use your gratitude journal simply as needed

As in, like, whenever you remember to do it. Don’t put pressure on yourself to keep up with it daily and begin to loathe it.

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Point is, keep it around (out of sight, out of mind), and when you’re feeling in the pits, give it a read through and remember all the things for which you are grateful!  Make a habit of focusing on positives and it will become more second nature.

-Jill

For more in the 15 days of practical self-care, please visit the series landing page.

 

Grab this free gratitude journal printable page if you're looking for easy ways to do self-care as a busy special needs mom.  Check out the rest of the series for 15 easy, practical ideas.

 

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Author: Jill C

Jill is a Christian, homeschooler, "boy mom", and special needs parent. Jill has ADHD and has learned firsthand how adapting environments can be key to finding success! Her current mission is to empower parents whose desire is to homeschool their special needs children and helping them squash their self-doubt!

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