November Gratitude Challenge

November 1 – November 30

Daily Goal: Earn 100 points each day you complete the daily gratitude challenge (See List Below)
Challenge Goal: Successfully complete 25 of the 31 days (achieving a total of 2,500 points)
Prize: Reach the goal and receive 1,000 WTT Coins and get entered in a raffle for a $50 gift card
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Daily Challenges
  1. Morning Thanks: Write down three things you’re grateful for every morning before you check your phone.
  2. Gratitude Visit: Write a thank-you note to someone who has made a difference in your life and deliver it in person if possible.
  3. Mealtime Moments: Before each meal, pause to express gratitude for the food and where it came from.
  4. Daily Highlight: In the evening, reflect on the best moment of the day and why it was meaningful to you.
  5. Kind Words: Give at least one sincere compliment to someone every day, whether in person, via text, or email.
  6. Nature Walk: Take a walk outside and find five natural objects you’re thankful for, taking the time to appreciate their beauty.
  7. Tech Gratitude: For each device or piece of technology you use today, take a moment to appreciate how it makes your life easier or more enjoyable.
  8. Cultural Appreciation: Learn about a different culture or cuisine and express gratitude for the diversity that enriches your life.
  9. Silent Thanks: Spend 10 minutes in silence, meditating on things you’re grateful for.
  10. Workplace Gratitude: Identify three things at your work or school that you’re grateful for, no matter how small.
  11. Mindful Listening: Actively listen to someone without interrupting, and thank them for sharing their thoughts.
  12. Unexpected Kindness: Do something unexpectedly kind for someone and notice how it makes you feel.
  13. Gratitude Jar: Create a jar where you deposit a note of gratitude each day for a month.
  14. Learning Gratitude: Think of a difficult experience from your past and find the lesson for which you’re now grateful.
  15. Health Appreciation: Acknowledge and give thanks for your body and health, no matter your current condition.
  16. Gratitude Reminder: Set a reminder to pause and think of something you’re grateful for every hour.
  17. Social Media Positivity: Post something you’re grateful for on social media to inspire gratitude in others.
  18. Service Recognition: Thank someone who provides a service you usually take for granted, like a bus driver or a cashier.
  19. Gift of Time: Give someone your undivided attention and presence, as a way of showing gratitude for the relationship.
  20. Memory Lane: Look through old photos and take time to be grateful for those memories and experiences.
  21. Gratitude Collage: Create a visual collage of things you’re grateful for and display it where you can see it daily.
  22. Commuter Thanks: During your commute, think about what you’re grateful for instead of the stress of travel.
  23. Neighborly Appreciation: Find something you appreciate about your neighborhood and, if possible, share your gratitude with a neighbor.
  24. Artist’s Thanks: Appreciate an artist or musician by really engaging with their work and acknowledging the joy it brings you.
  25. Children’s Wisdom: If you have or are around children, ask them what they’re grateful for and join them in that feeling.
  26. Morning Routine Gratitude: As you follow your morning routine, give thanks for the rituals that provide a steady start to your day.
  27. Financial Gratitude: Be grateful for your financial situation, even if it’s not perfect; acknowledge the stability or lessons it provides.
  28. Restful Thanks: Before going to bed, think of the things that allowed you to feel at peace throughout the day.
  29. Beauty Appreciation: Acknowledge the beauty of the world around you, whether it’s in nature, art, or human creativity.
  30. Quiet Time Recognition: Be thankful for the moments of quietness in the day, even if they are brief.