Learn to be great at gratitude
If listing your blessings feels repetitive, David suggests trying the following variations for a week at a time
1 Write down five to 10 events that have happened in your life that you’re grateful for, including a sentence or two about why you’re grateful for them.
2 List five current situations in your life that you’re grateful for, in their entirety or in part, and why.
3 Note down five things in life that you’re excited about. This one helps people set goals, unintentionally, because you’re thinking of things that excite you that you’ve actually forgotten.
4 Write down five to 10 things you’re grateful for that have happened today.
5 Think of five people in your life, they can be from the present or past, that you’re grateful for and why. School teachers you’ve forgotten, even random strangers who made an impact in your life, whether that be in a small or large way. After just one week that’s an incredible 35 people!