My gratitude practice began with a rock. Yep, you read that right!
It all goes back to when I was 13 years old my Dad gave me a Gratitude Rock.
Each day I would put my rock in my school uniform pocket along with my favourite lip balm and locker key and I would use it to remind me to think of something I was grateful for.
Ever since then I’ve been intrigued by how powerful this simple practice can be.
I’ve now been practising gratitude — with varying levels of devotion — for nearly two decades!
And over this time I’ve gone from dabbling with gratitude — to becoming fully devoted to intentionally being grateful every single day.
Gratitude is more than just a practice for me, it’s the way I live my life.
And now it is my mission to show you that practising gratitude can be simple, easy to implement in your everyday life and fun, which is why I created The 28 Day Gratitude Project.
The 28 Day Gratitude Project is an award-nominated program that is based on my many years of experience with gratitude. It is a 28 day gratitude experiment where I share my best methods, insights, tips and prompts for you to explore and experiment with — so you can experience for yourself how powerful practising gratitude can be.
It doesn’t matter whether gratitude is already something you practice, or if this is a brand new adventure for you – if you want to add more gratitude into your life and if you’re open to experimenting with different ways of doing so, this project is for you!
Since creating this project in 2015 I’ve guided hundreds of people through experimenting with gratitude for 28 days. People say that they love how the actions in the project are easy to do each day and even fun! You can read about their experiences here.
∞ DAILY EMAIL CONTENT FOR 28 DAYS. Each day for 28 days I will be popping into your inbox to guide you in experimenting with gratitude. These super short and to-the-point emails are designed to help guide (and remind) you in working through each day of The 28 Day Gratitude Project and helping you to put it into action each day. The emails include audio lessons for each day of the project.
∞ AN EPIC DIGITAL WORKBOOK. This will be your ultimate companion through your 28 day gratitude experiment. It includes all the content from the 28 day experiment (so you can go at your own pace + return to it anytime you like, a printable workbook section to help take action and complete the gratitude activities. Plus there’s a whole lot of extra content to support you both during and after the 28 day experiment.
“I love connecting with gratitude and appreciation regularly but needed a booster so I thought that The 28 Day Gratitude Project sounded like a good challenge to re-connect with positivity and gratitude. I thought the project was a great idea to encourage people to be more grateful! The best part of the project was having a structured challenge that keeps you accountable and motivates you. I got a few ideas on how to look at and approach gratitude for the future! I love how motivating, compassionate and mindful Chloe is with her words. She motivates at the same time as she encourages you to meet yourself where you are and be gentle.” — Laila
“The 28 Day Gratitude Project was fantastic! I have previously kept a gratitude diary and wanted to rediscover this practice in new and exciting ways. I really enjoyed the variety of the project and I absolutely loved the mind map activity on day 12, so much fun to do! I was unwell halfway through the project and found it easy to catch up. A side effect of this project made me think of what I really want right now. I’d like to do this gratitude project again!” — Tina
“I decided to join The 28 Day Gratitude Project because I had been wanting to start a gratitude journal for a while but was feeling overwhelmed about how to begin. The project was fantastic and I found myself looking forward to my gratitude practice each day. I noticed that I was adopting a gratitude mindset in my daily life and I am now using gratitude to help support me with challenges that life throws my way. One of my biggest takeaways was that there is no right or wrong way to practice gratitude; just do whatever feels right. I am truly grateful for the project and looking forward to continuing my gratitude practice.” — Jordyn
“From experimenting with gratitude for 28 days I’ve experienced more ease, more joy and more appreciation of the little things.” — Teresa
“I loved this project, it was super fun!” — Cat
“The 28 Day Gratitude Project is amazing, utterly amazing — thank you!” — Rebecca
“Chloe’s project guides you beautifully through the steps to building a potent practice of appreciation in your life. Its effects you will no doubt powerfully FEEL!” — Meg
“Since completing the project I appreciate the little things even more and make sure to give these things a little thanks as they happen.” — Erin
“I can’t thank you enough for offering The 28 Day Gratitude Project. It was such a great way to kickstart the year and I really enjoyed getting all the lovely little reminders in my inbox.” — Kara
“This project has helped me to view my life differently as I now focus less on what I don’t have — it really has flicked a switch in my mind.” — Hayley
Chloe Wigan is an Award-winning Certified Life Coach, Writer and the Founder of One Infinite Life.
Her mission (the quick version) is to support her clients and community with self-coaching and reflection, so they can support themselves to get the most out of their one infinite lives.
Her gratitude practice began with a rock when she was 13 and has been a passionate advocate of gratitude ever since then. Gratitude is more than just a practice for her, it’s the way she lives her life.
Based on her nearly two decades of experience with gratitude, Chloe has created her award-nominated experiment The 28 Day Gratitude Project which she has guided hundreds of people through adding more gratitude in their lives in a way that’s simple and fun!
I acknowledge the Boonwurrung people of the Kulin nations where One Infinite Life is operated from. I pay my respects to Elders past, present and emerging and also to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in my community and wider network.