Things I am grateful for: fall, pumpkins, caffeine-free harvest blend tea (to drink after I’ve blown through my daily caffeine allowance!), my new hand towels, and an evening of watching Outlander all by myself. I am never at a loss for something to be grateful for, although I will admit it didn’t always come easy and has definitely been a practice I’ve developed over the years! Today I bring you this fall gratitude printable, and I hope it will help you with your own gratitude practice.
Fall Gratitude Printable
I think it goes without saying that it doesn’t need to be fall for you to feel grateful. But it also probably goes without saying that this time of year makes us all a little bit more reflective and encourages us to look within, and I think this is a great time to start a gratitude practice – or get back to one that you’ve abandoned!
All you need to start your gratitude practice is something to be grateful for and a way to write it down!
Gratitude Journal Prompts
If you need help getting started, here’s a post with more than 70 gratitude journal prompts. You can be grateful for anything. Some days, I write about my gratitude for tea. Others, my family or a random stranger who helped me that day. Sometimes, I’m grateful for my bed, air conditioning, or a book I’m loving. If I can’t think of anything (we all have those days!), then I know I can always be grateful for the air in my lungs, the fresh water that is available to me to drink at any time I want, and the roof over my head.
More Gratitude Journal Printables
I have more gratitude printables that you might like, too. These cute gratitude-themed stickers are a fun printable that you can print out on sticker paper and use to dress up your planner.
I also think you might love this printable gratitude quote. Simple but pretty, it’s great for any wall in your home. If it’s something fall-related you’re looking for, this printable Thanksgiving wall art is also adorable and will remind you to give thanks.
How to Use This Printable
Don’t let yourself feel overwhelmed by a gratitude practice. It’s supposed to bring you more peace and joy, not stress you out! You might find that you can fill this sheet up easily. If it’s hard, though, that’s totally okay. It’s fine to add something new to it every day, or write down a few things and come back to it later.
This printable is designed to print as 8.5×11.
To download your printable, click on the download button below. If you have any trouble at all, you can email me for the files! 🙂