A gratitude diary can be a powerful, yet simple, wellbeing activity. It is easy to focus on things that go wrong, and then things we haven’t yet done. Cultivating gratitude is a way to train our brains to think about what went right, and notice the good things as they occur during the day. Use the Gratitude Diary to note down things that went well. We’ve also included some reflection questions that might highlight the good things even further.
TAFE SA created this Gratitude Diary as a resource for our students in the Course in Wellbeing and Resilience (National Course Code: 10271NAT) and our Diploma of Positive Psychology and Wellbeing (National Course Code: 10030NAT), but it is relevant to many educational settings and for personal wellbeing and development.
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