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Teen Gratitude Journal & Wellness Guide – Create Your Own Sunshine

Teen Gratitude Journal & Wellness Guide – Create Your Own Sunshine

$25.92

Gratitude Journal & Wellness Guide for Teens

Helping create a happier and healthier you, because everyone deserves to live a fulfilling life.

Start by practising gratitude using this journal. Research has shown that it can not only make you feel good but makes you smarter, healthier and happier. Over time you can feel that anything is possible.

Includes Wellness Guide:

  • Tips for social media overwhelm
  • How to manage emotions
  • Mindfulness colouring pages
  • Happiness scale for mood recaps to spot patterns
  • Healthy sleep habits & nutritional advice
  • Breathing and meditation techniques
  • Change negative thought patterns

and more...

Same content inside as Wild + Free
Each child is different but we recommend for ages 12+

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This hardcover A5 gratitude journal and wellness guide with 192 pages, is perfect for ages 12-18. (Depending on your child it can be suitable for ages 10+)

Practicing gratitude regularly can not only increase your levels of happiness but also have a positive effect on your health and well-being.

This is not only a journal but also a wellness guide. Filled with tips on happiness and self care, how to manage your emotions and the overwhelm of social media, change your mindset, mindfulness, meditation, inspirational words and more. Improve your levels of happiness and learn to live a content and meaningful life.

A LIFE WORTH LIVING.

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Weight .3 kg
Dimensions 14.8 × 21 × 2 cm

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Teenagers who practice gratitude show increased positive emotions and optimism, decreased negative emotions and physical symptoms, and feel more connected and satisfied with school, family, friends and themselves.¹

happier kids

Maintaining a happy and grateful mindset can be difficult for teens as they navigate the years between childhood and adulthood.

Research² has shown that practicing gratitude:

  • makes you feel good
  • it makes you more resilient
  • makes you more generous and compassionate
  • it helps you feel less isolated and lonely
  • boosts your immune system
  • helps strengthens your personal relationships
  • it even improves sleep (and this is a big one for teenagers!)

Gratitude is one of the easiest and most effective ways of retraining our brains. If you FOCUS ON THE GOOD, soon you will see more, enjoy more and appreciate more.


This hardcover A5 gratitude journal and wellness guide with 192 pages, is perfect for ages 12-18. (Depending on your child it is suitable for ages 10+)

Practicing gratitude regularly can not only increase your levels of happiness but also have a positive effect on your health and well-being.

This is not only a journal but also a wellness guide. Filled with tips on happiness and self care, how to manage your emotions and the overwhelm of social media, change your mindset, mindfulness, meditation, inspirational words and more. Improve your levels of happiness and learn to live a content and meaningful life.

A LIFE WORTH LIVING.


1. J. J. Froh, and R. Emmons. 2011. Gratitude and the Reduced Costs of Materialism in Adolescents. Journal of Happiness Studies 12:289–302; 2. Based on research by: R. Emmons, The University of California, USA; M. Mcculough, University of Miami, USA; P. J. Mills, The University of California, USA; R. Zahn, National Institutes of Health, Cognitive Neuroscience Section, USA & The University of Manchester, UK; P. Kini, Indiana University, USA; E. Simon-Thomas, The Greater Good Science Center, UC Berkeley, USA; J. Froh, Hofstra University, USA; M. A. Stoeckel, American University, USA; A. Wood, University of Stirling, UK; Institute of HeartMath, USA.