Count Your Rainbows (Hardcover)

A Gratitude Journal

By Jenny Mecher

Adams Media, 9781507207260, 176pp.

Publication Date: April 3, 2018

List Price: 16.99*
* Individual store prices may vary.

Description

This beautifully styled journal will encourage you to embrace a mindset of gratitude through inspiring quotes, art, and writing prompts.

Our thoughts are our most powerful possessions. They drive our actions and words and set the course for our days. Recent studies have shown that there are numerous health benefits to expressing gratitude: people who regularly take time to convey thankfulness for their lives experience better sleep, reduced stress, an enhanced sense of well-being and improved heart health.

This gratitude journal will guide your thoughts to see and embrace the positive aspects of your life and help you express appreciation.

Combining beautifully styled inspirational quotes, from beloved luminaries as varied as Cheryl Strayed to Emma Watson to Jack Kerouac, and artwork coupled with thought-provoking prompts to help you positively acknowledge the people, things, and experiences in your life, this stylish and handy journal will help elevate your overall well-being as a result.


About the Author

Jenny Mecher is the founder and designer behind ThreeLetterBirds, an online paper goods, lettering, and calligraphy shop. She lives in Chicago with her husband and two little girls and does all of her design work from home in her cozy apartment near Wrigley Field.


Praise For Count Your Rainbows: A Gratitude Journal

"In this beautifully designed journal, quotes, art and writing prompts will help you establish a regular gratitude practice where you see and savor all the positive aspects of your life. Practice choosing your thoughts wisely with this guided journal."
— LiveHappy.com

"In Count Your Rainbows: A Gratitude Journal Jenny Mecher features inspiring quotes and thought-provoking prompts to help us appreciate the magnificence in our lives. We really are surrounded by countless rainbows when we pause and open our eyes."
— PsychCentral