On days when it seems like there’s so much to do and so little time (especially when we’ve just turned back the clocks) it’s more important than ever to focus on the things that we have in our lives, versus the things we don’t. From the places we call home to our beautiful families and our strong and capable bodies, there's so much to be thankful for. That is why we’re relaunching our 5 Days of Thanks and Giving gratitude challenge!
5 Days of Thanks and Giving: Join our November Gratitude Challenge
Sign up at the link below and you’ll receive a link to our gift of gratitude booklet, which contains a bundle of goodies such as journal pages, a Mama self-love meditation, thank you cards, and a gratitude craft for your family.
The booklet also contains your weekly schedule. Each day, we will post a daily challenge on the @fit4momhq Instagram page for you and your family to participate in, leading up to Thanksgiving. From taking time for yourself through meditation to giving back to your local community, the week will be filled with ways to express gratitude for the people and the world around you. Our 5 daily challenges are quick, easy to follow, and are a great reminder to slow down and appreciate the little things.
“Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow.”
— Melody Beattie
Sign up here to get everything you need to participate in the 5 Days of Thanks and Giving Challenge. Be sure to follow along at @FIT4MOMHQ on Instagram and use the hashtag #5DaysOFThanksAndGiving for a chance to be featured on our Instagram!
Here’s a sneak peek of our challenge:
DAY 1: Monday Meditation
DAY 2: Gratitude Journaling
DAY 3: Post a photo of something or someone you’re grateful for
DAY 4: Self-love - Write a note to yourself
DAY 5: Giving Back to the Community You Love
We hope that these next 5 days will help you gain the tools you need to practice gratitude not only during the hustle and bustle of the holiday season but every day! Giving thanks in the small moments will lead to big improvements in your mental and physical health. So, mama, what are you thankful for today? There’s no time like the present to start practicing the art of gratitude.