Getting Started

Why a Gratitude Practice?

Gratitude thinking creates a positive mindset shift. It changes our thinking,

which changes our brain chemistry.

And that changes everything.

Andrew D. Huberman, Ph.D. is a neuroscientist and associate professor in the Department of Neurobiology at the Stanford University School of Medicine.
His excellent podcasts are available at

In this video Dr. Huberman explains the benefits and characteristics of an effective gratitude practice.

Creating the Daily Habit

Daily gratitude journaling offers surprising results. A few minutes a day begins to change the things we recognize. 

The positive results come from the benefits of shifting awareness and focus, and the emotions that accompany gratitude.  

Place Matters

The right atmosphere invites you in. That helps eliminate resistance. 


Creating a place that is inviting, peaceful, contains your favorite supporting materials, like coffee or tea, color pens, and maybe the perfect music. 

Create your space. 

It matters. 

The Power of Identity Habits

James Clear, author of best-selling Atomic Habits emphasizes the importance of choosing the right habit. It should help you become the person you want to be and the life you want to live. This is called an “identity-habit.” 

Journaling with a focus on gratitude, self-awareness, and self-appreciation, is a powerful way to create happiness, health, success, better relationships, and self-appreciation. It is truly an identity habit. 

Gratitude Mojo is not your typical blank-page gratitude journal.
In this 26-week guided journey, you will experience

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