Three Good Things is a simple gratitude journal that respects your privacy.
Boost positivity, practice self compassion, and increase well being with the simple habit of gratitude!
When studying at Duke University, one of our founders started experiencing symptoms of depression. As an approach to depression relief, her counselor told her about some incredible research from the university. Dr. Bryan Sexton, associate professor in psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Duke’s School of Medicine found: simply listing three good things in a particular way increased happiness more effectively than Prozac!
This gratitude app was inspired by, and based closely on, that study. (Find out more: https://youtu.be/hZ4aT_RVHCs)
WHAT YOU’LL GET:
* A journaling app based on the study above
* Safe and ad-free space to reflect on three good things, with an inspirational quote ‘Memories’ section, or a gratitude log: perfect for the days you need feel happier, or remember happier times were just around the corner
* Daily journal that is easy to keep and sustain
* Create a PDF of your daily journal to print, email, or save. Some users have printed and bound their entries as evidence of their self improvement journey.
* Daily reminders to keep you on-track towards happier habits.
* Send the three good things you were grateful for with one tap: share your gratitude with others
* Night mode to improve sleep quality: engage in positive reflection at night without glare from your phone
Practice daily self care with an easy 5 minute journal habit you can use to reflect on the happier moments of your day. You also might surprise yourself to learn that even on days you experienced depression or anxiety, you were able to find three good things you were grateful for.
Sometimes, we forget that all things must pass and it’s hard to get out of a dark mindset. Being forced to write positive affirmations about how your day went can help you find happiness where you previously could not. Scrolling through your Memories tab on rainy days can remind you that wellness has been, and will be abundant if you look. Lastly, after using our gratitude journal, you might learn that being “grateful” is just about as close to being “happy” as anything can be.
UC Berkeley & UC Davis launched a multi-year project on Expanding the Science and Practice of Gratitude. They found that people who regularly practice gratitude report:
– A stronger immune system
– Lower blood pressure
– Higher levels of joy, positivity, and happiness
– Acting with more generosity and compassion
– Feeling less alone and isolated
Thank you for taking care of yourself and practicing gratitude. We hope our wellness journal helps you tangibly understand the meaning of happiness, and become all that you were meant to be.
Your self care journal is yours and yours alone. We don’t store any of your data, and we don’t require you to sign-in or make an account—period. We built this gratitude journal with your privacy in mind.
“I found that with depression, one of the most important things you could realize is that you’re not alone.” — Dwayne Johnson
You are not alone. We specialize in selfcare apps that increase self improvement and wellness. Each of our journaling app is deeply personal, and we’re truly passionate about mental health. Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions about our apps on our website.
“You say you’re ‘depressed’ – all I see is resilience. You are allowed to feel messed up and inside out. It doesn’t mean you’re defective – it just means you’re human.” ― David Mitchell, Cloud Atlas
Thank you for practicing resilience, and for going on your wellness journey with us.
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