Books on Gratitude to Read in November
Gratitude is a popular topic, especially this time of year as we near Thanksgiving and the holiday. Today on the blog for Madison New Britain we’re sharing suggestions for books on gratitude to help you get your mind and heart in the right place as we approach the holidays. Head to your local library or bookstore here in Chalfont, PA to pick up one of these books to read from the comfort of your apartment.
This New York Times bestselling book details one woman’s efforts to keep her New Year’s resolution of being more grateful and optimistic. Janice Kaplan, a journalist and the former Editor-in-Chief of Parade magazine, weaves academic research and evidence-based findings in with her own personal journey to present readers with an excellent reason to give gratitude a shot.
A bit of gratitude research, some perspective from literature, psychology, religion, and anthropology, finished off with a call to action cultivate a comprehensive guide to gratitude. This is a fantastic read for anyone who is looking to learn more about why gratitude can be such a life-changing addition and how they can apply gratitude to their own life.
Who knew something as simple as writing thank-you notes could turn your whole life around? In this personal and touching memoir, John Kralik describes how he went from an all-time low to a happy and flourishing life through the simple act of writing thank-you notes.
Take this book as an invitation to transform your outlook on life by embracing everyday blessings and expressing gratitude for the life you have. It’s a beautifully written book with the power to open your eyes and change your perspective.
What are your favorite books on gratitude? Share them with us in the comments so we can read them, too. Thanks for reading our post. Enjoy these reads and your newfound gratitude this month and on!