Top 10 Most Popular Gratitude Blogs

Akash Sunny/15th November, 2017

If you want gratitude to be a part of how you think, eat, drink, dress, talk, walk, and more, then, you are majorly looking at a complete change of lifestyle. Making GRATITUDE a part of your life comes up with a huge responsibility of continuously being able to appreciate all that has been given to you.

Reading about it is one such way - that allows you to stay in the attitude of gratitude, and also give you insights into how other people follow up with such a responsibility.

Therefore we’ve laid out the top 10 Gratitude Blogs that are bound to become your true partners in the special journey you are about to take.


365 Grateful is all about stories about the extraordinary power of gratitude. The blog is by Hailey and Andrew Bartholomew who currently reside with their two daughters in Australia and was started when Hailey was going through a very low point in her life and wanted to know it’s true purpose.

With some counseling, she learned that the secret to being happy was reflection and gratitude Being a photographer by profession, she then, started taking photographs of the things she was grateful for, every single day, and the rest is history. Now, the idea has spread all over the world and it is amazing to see how the practice of gratitude has helped, not just her and her family, but people of all different walks of life. 

Grateful 365 has even come up with a book, which is a collection of photographs recounting Hailey’s transformation from depression to an unhindered appreciation of the world around her, combined with stories and images from many others from around the world who have encountered the effects of gratitude. 


The Possibility Of Change Blog comes up with a hand-picked selection of resources and stories to help create a positive change in your life. The author and founder Peter came up with this website at the time when he himself was experiencing some major changes in his life, which later turned out to be a catalyst for him to start a process of transformation for himself. 

Soon, he found that there were many, just like him, going through a similar phase in life, and that’s when Possibility of Change evolved into a community blog which publishes stories from people of all ages and backgrounds from across the globe.


The Habitual Gratitude Blog is run by blogger Lisa Valentine, who had trouble recovering from alcoholism, and was also diagnosed with breast cancer in 2008. However, when one starts to think what more could go bad in one’s life, Lisa had a completely different outlook towards her problems and chose to write about them instead.

She became a blogger in March 2012 and has been blogging ever since. Having made gratitude a major part of her work, both her life and her blog strives to build a better perception of self and surrounding world through the regular practice of gratitude.


A Life of Gratitude by Keith Cartwright is a personal take on how Life is a Story, written or controlled not by us, but by God. In his blogs, he writes about the people that hold his life together, mainly comprising of his family and work scenes. 

Keith works full-time as a Behavioral Health Wellness Consultant for the Virginia Department and also works part-time as the Alcohol and Drug Education Coordinator at Randolph-Macon College where he gets to encourage students to make healthy choices when it comes to drugs and alcohol.

He loves being a dad who is grateful for each day and wants people to be aware of the difference such a take could bring to their lives as well.


Gratefulness.Org is a global organization offering online and community-based educational programs and practices which inspire and guide a commitment to grateful living and catalyze the transformative power of personal and societal responsibility.

It works on the philosophy of “Grateful Living’ where the idea is to notice and address all that is already present and abundant – from the tiniest things of beauty to the grandest of our blessings – and in so doing, taking nothing for granted. The blog by Brother David and others, now reaches a worldwide network, with a website that is visited by several thousand participants daily from more than 240 countries and territories.

Apart from the blog, the site offers a tonne of additional things that can assist you on your gratitude journey. You can explore a variety of sample practices, meet others in the “Gratitude Lounge” and have your very own practice space where you can log in and create your profile and learn the true value of optimism and appreciation is one’s life.


When we talk about the power of gratitude it’s always as if it’s something godly. We see it transforming lives and changing personalities as if it comes from an unknown source.

Contrary to it, Gratitude Revealed comes up with a blog that is a journey into the actual science, mystery, and pursuit of the building blocks of gratitude. With 15 short films, Filmmaker Louie Schwartzberg wants to show the world the true power of gratitude. 


Tiny Buddha, started by Lori Deschene, is a site about finding and reflecting on simple wisdom and learnings new ways to apply it to our complex lives. Founded in 2009, it has emerged as a leading resource for peace and happiness, with close to three million monthly readers and a vibrant community forum.

Here, you'll find posts about happiness, love, relationships, change, meaning, mindfulness, spirituality, simplicity, minimalism, letting go, and more. Much of it has its roots in Buddhism, but is not a site about religion, but is an effort to spread the message of appreciation as a part of our daily routines. Apart from the blog, the site features stories, tips, and insights from readers of all ages, from all over the globe.


Grandeur Vision is about Marianne and her journey to a meaningful life; a grander, more magnificent life with a deeper meaning than what she was leading. Faced with chronic pain and inflammation caused by a severe autoimmune disease called Rheumatoid Arthritis, Marianne took to blogging to as it helped ease the pain and also in an effort to share the same life-lessons with the world.

Marianne also came up with the famous 100-day Gratitude Challenge - a personal experiment to see what would happen when she focused on feeling grateful for 100 days straight. The experience was life-changing and after practicing gratitude for the 100 days she was able to witness a drastic change in the quality of her life. She has written all about it on her blog and you can visit her blog and find out ways how you can maximize gratitude in your life as well.

Wanna thank You 

Wanna Thank You is a unique social network to promote gratitude. It is an initiative to make the world a better/happier place with the power of gratitude and appreciation. It helps you share your thank you message, connect with people and express your gratitude in a fresh and exciting way.

The Blog or WTY Stories”, as it’s popularly called, has tonnes of articles reminding us to be grateful, and not just feeling it, but also expressing and sharing it with others in our day to day lives. The aim of the blog is to help create a change in lifestyle itself. The blog has articles on appreciation and gratitude and tips on how to lead a happy and peaceful life.


Gratitude Habitat is a place to embrace, inspire and bring to life the numerous blessings and opportunities available to each one of us. Their blog, started by Carol Adamski, who has seen some powerful effects of appreciation in her life, knew it would have the same positive outcome for others who understood its gifts in daily life. The blog showcases all aspects of how our lives too can be transformed by living in Gratitude is also among the top30 positivity blogs on the Internet.

The website also comes with an online store from where you can buy things such as Journals, Pendants, Bookmarks, etc. Along with it, you can also buy an e-course which comes with daily activities that will open your heart and shift your perspective to one of abundance, well-being, and genuine gratitude.  

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