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Get Out of the Weeds With Our Grab-n-Go Gratitude Gardening Tool

Hello gardeners! Have you ever experienced those overwhelming days or weeks when you find yourself caught up in your stress and worries, and having a hard time getting back to your happy thoughts, joyful feelings, and gratitude? We call this getting "stuck in the weeds," and it can affect gardeners of all ages. Today, we're sharing a Grab-n-Go Gratitude Gardening Tool that can quickly help pull you out of the weeds and back to nurturing your flowers (your positive thoughts and emotions).  

Scroll down for our Grab-n-Go Gratitude List & scroll all the way down to collect your Gardening Tool Badge for this exercise!

a quick gratitude exercise for kids

Practicing gratitude exercises can quickly help gardeners shift our focus away from  our stress and help bring us back to the present moment. This helps redirect our negative thoughts towards a more positive outlook.

It is beneficial for gardeners of all ages to  be consistent with practicing gratitude exercises , as practicing gratitude daily can enhance our overall mental well-being. Consistency is key, and the more we engage in this practice, the greater the benefits we will experience.

>> Click on the Grab-n-Go Gratitude poster to download the pdf printable for your home or classroom!

Grab-n-Go Gratitude Gardening Tool:

The next time you get stuck in the weeds, take a moment to reflect on three things you are grateful for in your life. It could be something as small as a beautiful sunrise, a kind gesture from a friend, or a delicious meal you enjoyed. Focusing on these moments of gratitude can help shift your mindset off of your weeds and bring a sense of peace & positivity to your day.

Coming up with things to be grateful for on the spot can sometimes be overwhelming. Here is a list of Grab-n-Go Gratitude to help gardeners of all ages.

  1. Family members who love and support us unconditionally.

  2. Friends who bring laughter and joy into our lives.

  3. Teachers/Coaches who inspire us and encourage us to learn and grow.

  4. A cozy bed to sleep in at night and a roof over our heads.

  5. Good health that allows them us to feel good, learn, play, and explore the world.

  6. Delicious meals that nourish our bodies and keep us energized.

  7. Opportunities to learn new things and discover our passions.

  8. Beautiful nature that surrounds us and offers endless wonders to explore.

  9. Creativity that allows us to express ourselves through art, music, and play.

  10. Kindness from others that reminds us of the goodness in the world.

Grab this 'Gardening Tool' whenever you feel overwhelmed, angry, sad, scared, mad and you will find yourself feeling more centered and at ease in no time!

Gratitude is the sun that nourishes our soul, the rain that replenishes our spirit, and the soil in which kindness and joy can bloom."

"Gratitude is the sun that nourishes our soul, the rain that replenishes our spirit, and the soil in which kindness and joy can bloom. You are a gardener."

Gardener's Tip: While practicing gratitude, sometimes our minds can wander back to the weeds. When this happens grab some more gratitude and switch your thoughts back to things you are grateful. The more you practice, the more you grow!

get free sel printables for teachers

Practicing gratitude can help gardeners of all ages cultivate a positive mindset and appreciate the abundance of blessings and ‘flowers’ in our lives.

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grab n go gratitude exercise for kids and adults

Hey gardeners, did you practice our Grab-n-Go Gratitude Exercise? If so, congratulations, you just earned yourself the 'Grab-n-Go Gratitude' Gardening Tool Badge'!

 --> Click the badge to download a pdf sticker for your Gardening Tool Badge Collector Sheet!


Unearth the power of gratitude with our Grab-n-Go Gratitude Gardening Tool! Shift your focus and nurture positivity with daily gratitude exercises.


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