Answers to your Art of Gratitude questions

Art of Gratitude sends you an email every day. It has three boxes for entering the three things you’re grateful for that day. After the “Save your gratitudes!” button in the email, your gratitudes are posted to your personal (and private) profile page. For more info, you can also watch our video.
Tuning in to what you’re grateful for has a number of benefits. Recent scientific research has demonstrated it can lead to stronger immune systems and lower blood pressure, higher levels of positive emotions, more joy, optimism and happiness, acting with more generosity and compassion, and feeling less lonely and isolated.
No, only you can see what you post. Everything you submit to Art of Gratitude is private and accessible only by you — this includes your name, profile picture, and the gratitudes to you enter.
Yes, you can share them on Facebook and Twitter using the buttons next to each one. For Facebook, this will post to your Facebook stream or you can share your gratitude directly with a single friend. And for Twitter you can tweet your gratitude to your friends.
Once you complete your 30 Days of Gratitude challenge, you’ll have the option to continue receiving the daily Art of Gratitude email reminder. Art of Gratitude can then become a place where you keep a personal history of what you’re grateful for over time and return to see how this simple practice of appreciation has changed your outlook, improved your relationships, and affected your life.
Your gratitudes can be anything — what you had for breakfast, your favorite sweater, the temperature of the room. If you get stuck you can just look around you and see what’s there that you appreciate. Since Art of Gratitude is about developing a practice of gratitude, you can start with anything. And the more you do it, the easier it will become.
No, using the site is totally free. And if you’d like to make a donation to help support our work and our server costs we’d be very grateful!
Art of Gratitude is a totally free service. We also welcome and appreciate your donations to help us with the costs of maintaining our servers, sending email, etc. We welcome your generosity so that others can learn the practice of gratitude! You can also read more about us on our About page.
For some email clients (Apple Mail, iPhone, Outlook, Windows Live, OWA) you’ll have to click the link in your email (below the “Save your gratitudes” button). This will take you to the Art of Gratitude site where you can then type in your gratitudes. This link will work for your daily emails as well.
For some email clients (Apple Mail, iPhone, Outlook, Windows Live, OWA) you’ll have to click the link in your email (below the “Save your gratitudes” button). This will take you to the Art of Gratitude site where you can then type in your gratitudes. This is a limitation in these mail clients unfortunately.