It all started with a rock.
Let me explain: 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 practicing gratitude — with varying levels of devotion — for over a decade.
And over these past 10+ years 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 practicing gratitude can be simple, easy-to-implement 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 10+ years of experience with gratitude. It is a 28 day gratitude experiment where I share my best methods, insights, tips and prompts for you explore and experiment with — so you can experience for yourself how powerful practicing 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 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.
This project is for you if you’re wanting to add more gratitude into your life — in a way that works best for you!
// DAILY EMAIL CONTENT WITH AUDIO LESSONS 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 a 17 page printable workbook to help take action and complete the gratitude activities, and there’s also extra tips, insights and examples straight from my gratitude journal throughout the 28 days. Plus there’s a whole lot of extra content to continue to support and guide you long after you’ve finished your 28 days experiment.
// ACCESS TO A PRIVATE INSTAGRAM ACCOUNT. This is where I have brought the content to life in a way I’ve never done before. For each day of the project, you will be able to access extra content from me via the story highlights to support you as you go through the experiment.
Click below to begin the gratitude experiment!
“Chloe’s project guides you beautifully through the steps to building a potent practice of appreciation in your life. It’s effects you will no doubt powerfully FEEL!” — Meg
“The 28 Day Gratitude Project is amazing, utterly amazing — thank you!” — Rebecca
“I loved this project, it was super fun!” — Cat
“From experimenting with gratitude for 28 days I’ve experienced more ease, more joy and more appreciation of the little things.” — Teresa
“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 based on the Mornington Peninsula. Her mission (the quick version) is to support people to get the most out of their one infinite life. She supports her clients to create new evidence of what’s possible for them when they show up for themselves and take empowered action towards the life they want. She became interested in personal development when she was twelve years old, which led to her getting a degree in psychological science and ultimately leading to the work she does today. Using her experiences with personal development from the past fifteen years Chloe is incredibly passionate about the power of coaching and also loves guiding people through her award-nominated experiment The 28 Day Gratitude Project. When she’s not coaching or writing, you can find her drinking chai, reading, hiking in her local area, or binge-watching her latest Netflix obsession.