Steps of Gratitude that Will Change Your Life

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By: Carol Tuttle
Edited by Lawndale Bilingual Newspaper

You can’t force change. You need to allow it. And a key to allowing is accountability. When we take accountability for every aspect of our life we are in the most powerful position to allow change to occur. Implementing these steps of gratitude will help you create remarkable change for good in your life.

• Appreciate everything. Even that which you judge as bad, wrong, and painful.

• Express gratitude for every single moment of your life. The more you create feelings of appreciation and gratitude, the more you will attract into your life which you can appreciate and for which you can feel gratitude.

• Start a Gratitude Journal. Every Thanksgiving, as a family, we get out our Gratitude Journal and write 1,000 things for which we are grateful. We number from one to 1,000, leave it on the kitchen counter with a pen, and family members and friends are invited to write in it as often as they would like. It usually takes us between a week and ten days to get to 1,000.

• Thank all the people who have shown up in your life to play their parts for you.

• Most importantly, appreciate yourself for what you are remembering and for the joys you are creating

These simple steps of gratitude address the core issues that most people struggle with at a deeper level of their being. Putting a daily focus on these moments of thanks will shift your core vibration which allows greater shifts in your life.

Carol Tuttle is a teacher, speaker, gifted healer, best-selling author of six books, and pioneer in the field of personal development. Her newest book, Mastering Affluence, guides you through six transformative lessons to create a life you love. Get your copy and learn more at

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Photo Caption: Author Carol Tuttle shares steps on how to practice gratitude.

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