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Tiny Buddha’s Gratitude Journal Launches Today – Last Day for 3 Free Gifts

Today’s the day! I’m thrilled to announce that Tiny Buddha’s Gratitude Journal is now available for purchase, and if you order today, you can still get the three free bonus gifts.

I decided to create this gratitude journal/coloring book, with the help of the talented illustrator Rose Hwang, because gratitude and coloring have both greatly enhanced my life.

Coloring is not just for kids. It’s calming, creative, and meditative, and best of all, it’s easily accessible. You don’t need fancy equipment or an art class, just some markers or colored pencils and a little time and space to get lost in the colors.

As for gratitude journaling, it traditionally involves jotting down a few things you appreciated throughout your day, and I’ve done that for years.

I’ve taken a few moments in the morning or night to appreciate the small things (that I slept well, the sun was out, or someone hugged me when I needed it) and the bigger things (that my relatives are healthy, that I’m currently in good physical and mental shape, and I have a comfortable apartment in an area I enjoy).

It’s amazing how much you can come up with when you consciously choose to look for everything that’s going right, and how much it can boost your mood.

I’ve taken this concept and given it more structure with Tiny Buddha’s Gratitude Journal. Each page includes a question or prompt to help you focus on a specific area of your life, including your past, your relationships, your work, and your passions.

The coloring pages depict common things we enjoy but may take for granted—such as nature and music—and space to reflect on what you appreciate about the item or situation depicted.

If you use this journal regularly, I believe you’ll feel better about life, more optimistic, and less stressed and anxious.

It will help you shift your focus from everything you think should be happening to everything that’s already wonderful in your world. And armed with a new sense of presence and satisfaction, you’ll be more effective in creating positive change for the future.

Order your copy of Tiny Buddha’s Gratitude Journal now and receive the following three free gifts:

  • Tiny Buddha’s Handbook for Peace and Happiness (an eBook not currently available for purchase)
  • Gratitude Discovery, a Guided Meditation Experience from One Live Mind
  • Three printable, colorable thank-you cards

Get your copy here:

 Amazon B&N Indie Bound

To claim the free bonus items, forward your purchase confirmation email to

Whether you’ve been gratitude journaling for years or you’re just giving it a try for the first time, Tiny Buddha’s Gratitude Journal will help you access a state of inner peace, contentment, and joy.

I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed creating it!

About Lori Deschene

Lori Deschene is the founder of Tiny Buddha and Recreate Your Life Story, an online course that helps you let go of the past and live a life you love. Her latest bookTiny Buddha’s Gratitude Journal is available for pre-order now. For daily wisdom, follow Tiny Buddha on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram..

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