Downloadable Gratitude Journal Vol 2 -
We are so proud to introduce our Downloadable Editable Gratitude e-Journal VOLUME 2!
This e-book is also printable!
What is an Editable PDF e-book?
It is an Interactive electronic document that you can edit with your own words. You can type what you are the most grateful for on the boxes left blank for that purpose. You can save your notes on the document!
Each time you need a little inspiration you can go back to that document, edit it, change it
and re-read what inspires you the most. You can even print it and frame your favorite pages on your walls, reminding you what you are the most grateful for everyday!
Perfect to gift a loved one or save for yourself!
There are many ways to store your editable document on your computer, iPad, iPhone and all smart devices. Click HERE to watch a demonstration on how to fill and use your e-book.
Come along and follow the gratitude Mouse and the Yogi petz on their journey into collecting things to be grateful for.
A great companion journal to Book 1 and 2 that illustrates examples on how to feel happy and grateful on the spot.
The journal is filled with never before published sketches and also some classic ones.
it is like a brand new "Sketches in Stillness book" of its own, with spaces to write your gratitude notes!
Every moment is filled with miracles all it takes is to pay attention to them.
What better way to start or end your day than with your very own "Sketches in Stillness Gratitude Journal."
90 page full color beautiful journal filled with quotes and magnificent sketches and enough room to electronically write what makes you the most grateful in your life.
A gratitude Journal unlike any other, full of fun magic, whimsical characters and tiny stories to help you experience gratitude and the goodness of life available to us each and every moment.
What is a gratitude Journal ?
I love Elizabeth Gilbert's (Author of Eat, Pray, Love) definition of a Gratitude journal :
"Every day, at the end of the day, grab your gratitude journal and write down in it the happiest moment of the day.
"Even on lousy days, you do this. Because even on lousy days, there is one best moment (or at least, one least-worst moment.)
write that little idea in your journal.
Over the years, you have a record of your happiness.
On bad days, I take a look at my journal — pulling up a handful of great moments that I would have utterly forgotten, had I not documented them.
I've been doing this practice for years, and I love it.
If my house ever caught on fire, this would be the one material object I would grab before I ran out the door...because what's inside this Journal. THAT'S WHERE IT'S AT — the whole point of this life.
Over the years, my gratitude journal has taught me much. What continually amazes me is what ends up on the slip of paper every day. Not awesome events, not huge achievements — usually just a small and tiny thing, a moment of awareness...that moment when you
step outside and between the house and the car you get hit on the top of the head with a beam of sunlight, and suddenly feel awash with gratitude simply for being alive, and you think, "Yes. This is it."
It's usually something that small — and something that grand." ~ Elizabeth Gilbert
IMPORTANT: Click HERE to follow instructions on how to fill and use your editable e-book.