It takes on average about twenty-one days for a habit to form. So, I want to congratulate you on making gratitude your way of life. By now, living with an attitude of gratitude should come much easier and I hope that you have found more creative ways to express gratitude outside of your journal. Let's not give up, but keep going. I encourage you to invite others to join you. Find yourself a gratitude buddy. This is someone who is interested in inviting more gratitude into their lives. Commitment with this person can help you and them stay on the path of gratitude.
Now is the time (if you haven't already) jump out of the journal and show your life of gratitude. Make yourself a commitment from this point forward to only show the joy you feel. Let's turn our social media into a boost of gratitude for others. Make it a point to share your blessings with your virtual friends every day. You could even find that gratitude buddy through this step.
Start each day with a post of what you're grateful for. You could invite others to join in by asking them what they are grateful for too. This starts your day filled with hope, joy, peace, and happiness. Make gratitude one of the first things you express because this will put the morning in a positive standing and it'll start your day on a good note without any negative thoughts. Remember waking up in the morning is a gift to you from the Lord. So make the most of it.
Over time and after we have kids, our appearances are the least of our concerns. Yes, guys, I'm talking to you too. So, let's look your best—dress to honor him/her and make him/her proud to be seen with you when you’re out together. Guys...take a quick shower, trim up the face, put on your nice clothes, and add some cologne. Ladies...shower, shave, fix your hair and make up, and wear those favorite jeans that your husband likes.