The 3-2-1 Positivity Journal

Research* shows that spending just a few minutes each day looking for 3 new things to be grateful for can rewire our brain and help us become more positive and happier.

This simple 30-day printable pdf journal is designed to help you do it. 

For ages 6 and up.

$7.95 ​USD

About the Journal

This is a printable 30-day daily journal with one simple goal: help you get in the habit of looking for something positive that you can be grateful for each day.

Here's how you can make the most of this journal:

    1. Print the journal pdf using 2-sided printing
    2. Fill out your commitment promise pag​e
    3. Complete one sheet of the journal each day over the next 30 days

Each sheet of the journal uses the following format: On the facing page is an inspiring quote and a fun little maze puzzle. On the other side, are your 3-2-1 entries for the day. 

Here is a quick preview of what the journal pages look like:

Whenever possible, spend a few minutes playing with the puzzle while you think over your day and figure out what you want to enter in the journal.

If you are in a hurry, skip the maze, but fill in your 3-2-1 entries without fail.

Research* shows that this simple process can actually change the structure of our brain to help us become more positive and happier.

Happy journaling!

*Supporting Research

    1. The Happiness Advantage: The Seven Principles of Positive Psychology That Fuel Success and Performance at Work by Shawn Achor
    2. White paper on the Science of Gratitude by the Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley
    3. The Research on Gratitude and Its Link with Love and Happiness via PositivePsychology.Com
    4. The Science of Happiness Masterclass with Shawn Achor at 
Positive Parenting Conference 2019

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