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Gratitude Campaign Day 2!

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Make our gratitude wall come to life

Today is the day to make it over to the Wellness Center!

  • Come to the Wellness Center at any time all day Wednesday
  • The Gratitude Wall is located in the atrium, past the front desk, you can't miss it!
  • Write down what you are thankful for on a post it note and stick it to the wall
  • Enter your name into the drawing for a chance to win 1 of 4 $20 Scheels gift cards!

Not on Campus? Can't make it to the Wellness Center?

No problem!

  • Make your own gratitude wall! This can be in your office, at home, or virtually with your co workers. Anything goes!
  • To be entered into the gift card drawing, please email by the end of the day on Wednesday, 11/16.
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Gratitude Campaign Daily Activities


11/14: Gratitude Quiz
  • Take the Quiz
  • Find out how grateful you are at the start of this challenge
  • See which areas you can improve in
  • You can take this quiz again after the Gratitude Campaign and see how your score changes!


11/15: Gratitude Wall @ the Wellness Center
  • Stop by the UND Wellness Center any time from 6:00am - 10:00pm to write what you are thankful for and see our gratitude wall come to life!
  • Enter your name into a $20 Scheel's Gift Card Drawing - 4 winners chosen!
  • Not on campus? Make your own wall! Put sticky notes in your office or break room and invite co-workers to share what they are thankful for.


11/16: Card Writing
  • Write a letter to someone you care about or have not talked to in a while. You can follow this guide or write what you like.
    • Write as though you are addressing the person directly
    • Describe what this person has done that makes you feel grateful and how they have impacted your life
    • Describe what you are doing in life now and how frequently you remember their act of kindness or generosity


11/17: Social Media Break
  • Unplug for ONE DAY. You can choose to delete the apps from your phone or simply not open them. Turn off notifications.
  • Negative aspects of social media:
    • Inadequacy about your life or appearance
    • Fear of missing out (FOMO)
    • Isolation
    • Depression & anxiety
    • Cyberbullying
    • Self-absorption
  • Try these activities instead:
    • Cook or bake a new dish, read a book, play a board game / cards, watch a feel-good movie, or spend time with a friend


11/18: Mindfulness Walk
  • Bundle Up! Go for a walk outside and make a special effort to appreciate your surroundings.
    • You can do this by focusing on each of your senses, one at a time. Spend a minute listening, a minute looking at your surroundings, and so on.
    • Try to notice the sights, sounds, smells, and sensations you would usually miss, such as a cool breeze on your skin, or the clouds in the sky.


11/19: Call a friend or loved one
  • Take this opportunity today to reach out to someone you have not talked to in a while. You can write something out or say things that come to mind.
    • Tell them you love them and that you are thankful to have them in your life.

Week 2 Schedule


  • Gratitude Journaling
    • Write out what you are grateful for. Follow these prompts or write what comes to mind.
      • I am grateful for my family because…
      • Something good that happened this week…
      • I am grateful for my friendship with… because…
      • I am grateful for who I am because…


  • Gratitude Conversation
    • With another person, take turns listing 3 things you were grateful for throughout the day
    • Spend a moment discussing and contemplating each point, rather than hurrying through the list.
    • You can make this part of your routine by practicing before a meal or before bed.


  • Random Acts of Kindness
    • Take part in at least ONE Random Act of Kindness. Here are some ideas:
      • Pay for someone’s coffee
      • Pay for someone’s groceries
      • Bring in treats to work
      • Compliment a stranger
      • Donate flowers to a nursing home
      • Tip generously
      • Leave a note for a co worker
      • Lend a friend a favorite book
      • Write your coworker an encouraging note


  • Gratitude Contemplation
    • Remove yourself from distractions such as phones or TV
    • Spend 5-10 minutes mentally reviewing the good things from your day
    • This technique can be practiced as part of prayer, meditation, or on its own
  • After reviewing the day, think about how you feel now compared to the start of the Gratitude Campaign. This could be a good time to retake the Gratitude Quiz!

Did Someone Say Prizes?!

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LOG IN and check off your daily gratitude activities! Those who complete 8 out of the 10 daily activities will be entered into a drawing to win a PAIR of UND Hockey Tickets!

Ticket Info: Saturday, January 21st @ Ralph Engelstad Arena 6:07pm

What IS The Gratitude Campaign?

The Gratitude Campaign gives participants daily gratitude activities to complete. After participating in these activities, participants will feel more comfortable implementing gratitude into their everyday lives. Each day focuses on a different way to show gratitude. Try them all out and see which one(s) you enjoy most! Researchers suggest that gratitude should be practiced daily.

Log your daily gratitude activities and get entered into a drawing for a chance to win pair of UND Hockey Tickets! You must complete 8/10 gratitude activities to be entered.

The Gratitude Campaign runs from November 14 - 23

Log Your Daily Activities Today!

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