Review : Ayeina’s Gratitude Journal “Alhamdulillah For Series”

Hi People! There is a good reason to believe that people who cultivate thankfulness tend to be happier and healthier than those who don’t. Thankful people appreciate what they have instead of obsessing over what they lack. While some people may naturally be more thankful, don’t assume that you cannot nurture a more thankful perspective in your own life. It may not be easy, but you’ll be thankful that you made the effort. Thankfully i got this gratitude journal from Ayeina. I could not have wait enough to share my thoughts and perspective on it.

About Ayeina:

Ayeina is founded by two mom blogger sisters who are passionate about islamic upbringing of the kids and adults. Started with the simple handmade illustrations , they are now serving in many muslim countries with their gratitude and productivity journals.

Product Description :

The gratitude journal has been divided into 4 main categories:

1. Alhamdulillah For Basic Necessities.

2. Alhamdulillah For Ties That Bind (relationships).

3. AlhamdulillahFor Islam.

4. AlhamdulillahFor Everything (in general).

Since the book is full of handmade watercolor illustrations (7 illustrations for each week and more), it will appeal kids and help them learn and focus on gratitude and positivity. There is a section for each day to write Just ONE Alhamdulillah a day. One thing you were grateful for in a whole day. In the “notes” section at the end of your 31-day list, you can write down what you felt after one month of your Alhamdulillah journey.

My Thoughts :

In this high-tech age of smartphones and struggle we often forget to thank our creator for the million of things we should be thankful for. You’ll need to identify things to be grateful for. This #alhamdulillahforseries journal makes me notice the little things i am thankful for, like my morning cup of coffee or my pillow when i lay down to go to sleep at night.

The best thing which happens to me after getting this journal is to let each of my family member have a turn to discuss what made them thankful that day. It made me record my reasons to be thankful each day in order to cement them in my memory. I ve learned that, It doesn’t matter how difficult your life is at the moment, there is always something to be thankful for. Finding that will help you deal with the other parts of life.

This gratitude journal will let you record about one thing you’re thankful for every single day. These can be things as simple as “the sun was shining,” or they can be as big as “i got a degree” . Spend a little time each day reflecting on the things you’re most grateful for. You may even find that you have more than one thing you want to record.

When i was having a particularly difficult time, it was beneficial to go back to what i’ve written previously. If it’s a really hard time, find the smallest things that you can be grateful for. For example, even if you have a terminal illness, you can be grateful for things like someone bringing you dinner, a warm bed, or your cat snuggling with you.

All these little things can make the trauma of the big thing (the illness) more bearable. Think about people who do not have it, and how much they need it.

Just because you learn to be thankful doesn’t mean that bad things won’t happen, or that you won’t be affected by the things that do happen. It can simply help to make the things that happen easier to deal with and not as draining for your mental health.

It comes is three different versions including Digital which retails at $5 or 580 PKR , Soft Cover (Arabic And English) $10 or 1160 PKR , and Hardcover $18 or 2085 PKR.

In A Nut Shell:

You can’t always control what happens to you, but you can work on controlling how you respond to things.

Highly Recommend this journal to every one.

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