A simple activity that gets students thinking about what is important to them, their priorities and that for which they are grateful
Keep a gratitude journal; note how your attitude has changed over the course of time.
Write a thank you note to a friend, parent, teacher, bus driver, coach, expressing what you have appreciated about them.
Research shows that an “attitude of gratitude” can measurably improve your overall well-being.
This video discusses studies that have proven the benefits of gratitude and gives some experimental activities to test the theories.
A beautiful and moving combination of words and imagery. Schwartzberg’s message to “open your heart and feel grateful for this day, the beauty of this planet, the people we meet” is a powerful one.