3 Good Things self care diary 4+

Daily gratitude journal app

Oatmeal Apps

    • 4.9 • 1.6K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

Three Good Things is a gratitude-focused daily journal designed to cultivate a habit of gratitude in your life. This daily gratitude journal encourages you to appreciate the small moments and elevate your overall well-being through consistent self-reflection.

Engage with a gratitude-centric daily journal that prioritizes your mental and emotional wellness by providing a platform for you to express and celebrate the positive aspects of your life.

Commit to a daily gratitude practice with this easy-to-use journal, allowing you to form a sustainable habit of recognizing and cherishing the good in your life.

Share your daily gratitude experiences with others, fostering an environment of appreciation and positivity.

Improve your sleep quality by reflecting on your daily gratitude moments during nighttime journaling sessions, free from the glare of your phone's screen.

Embrace the power of daily gratitude and let this transformative journal practice become an integral part of your self-care routine. By consistently engaging with your gratitude journal, you'll create a space for positivity, growth, and happiness in your life.

Thank you for choosing to embark on this journey of gratitude and self-discovery. We believe that our daily gratitude journal will not only help you uncover the joy in your everyday life but will also support you in becoming the best version of yourself. Let the power of daily gratitude guide you towards a life of fulfillment and inner peace.

Download this free gratitude journal app now and start your daily journaling habit!

What’s New

Version 5.11

Now with Face/Touch ID lock for your entries

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
1.6K Ratings

1.6K Ratings

"Glinda" ,

3 Good Things

This app is easy to use and I love its simplicity. As a psychologist, I use it for myself and have recommended it to several of my patients. Getting into the habit of hightening our awareness to just notice simple things that make us happy or grateful is a wonderful skill. It is an antidote to negativity which can become so habitual. This simple little exercise can do wonders to begin to shift one’s thinking. With enough practice, it can lift depression and help with anxiety. The more we look around us for things that make us feel good, happy or grateful, the more of these things we will take in. This is a win-win exercise. Thanks to its creators! P.S. Please don’t make this complicated because the simpler it is the easier it is to do and the chances that it will become a natural daily practice are increased.
Anne R. Tavel, Ph.D.

Developer Response ,

Thank you so much for sharing. 💖 It means a lot to hear this from a mental health professional. We're thrilled that you are finding the app valuable!

Melanie 👑 ,

A company that actually cares

I was brought here from “Prompted Journal.” Which I love so much. I’ve already been working on my gratitude but never much in detail or from my emotional side. So when I saw this I thought I’d have that chance & I do! I really appreciate this company because they don’t just say they care about mental health; they show it. By making the app free. As someone who is disabled and on a fixed-income, this is very important for me. They also have an affordable annual payment for $12. I love how it’s ad-free. The color is great. I mostly use my phone for therapeutic purposes. No social media. So I appreciate how there’s no pesky ads that can contribute to unhealthy messages. Thank you to the creators 💕

rain2cry ,

UI Suggestion- Please change Memories layout

After using this app in conjunction with Prompted Journal (PJ)- can you please make an update where the layout of Three Good Things (3GT) resembles Prompted Journal- in terms of Memories/past entries? On PJ, when I go to “Entries”, my entries are displayed as a condensed list. I have to click on an entry to open it. On 3GT, when I go to Old Memories- it’s not condensed and instead I’m met with a long, visible display of all of my entries. Why? Can you guys change this, or at least give the option that we can choose if we want our entries to be visible and open when we go back to our Memories, or not? I prefer seeing a list of journal entry dates (like in PJ), that I can click on and open. Seeing everything on display is a bit of visual overload, doesn’t look or feel organized, and I don’t need to see every single thing I’ve written down up front. Please fix, thanks.

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