Ahhhh, November. The month of Thanksgiving. A time of change, of leaves falling, of daylight waning, full of preparation and anticipation for the holidays and a new year. It’s also Filament’s 3rd Anniversary, which makes us all warm and fuzzy, and inspired to share a bit of gratitude each day. Here are 30 questions to help you find a month rich in blessings that maybe you didn’t even realize you had.


  1. What song(s) fill you up with joy, make your feet move, or your voice sing?
  2. What is one basic necessity that you’re grateful for?
  3. What’s the best thing that has happened this year?
  4. What do you love about the city you live in?
  5. Remember the last time you had a magnificent meal?
  6. What talents make you special?
  7. Name one thing in your life that may be hard to recognize with gratitude.
  8. Who are you most thankful for?
  9. What traditions do you enjoy most?
  10. What are you looking forward to most in the next year?
  11. What made you smile today?
  12. What have you accomplished that made you most proud?
  13. What freedoms are you most grateful for?
  14. What makes you laugh out loud?
  15. Who has impacted your life in a positive way?
  16. What tool or technological innovation makes your life better?
  17. Have you ever witnessed a random act of kindness?
  18. What is your favorite part of the day?
  19. Who is your best friend?
  20. Have you stopped to take note of nature today?
  21. What is the best gift you ever received?
  22. What makes you most proud?
  23. How is your life better today than it was a year ago?
  24. How has your most difficult challenge strengthened you?
  25. What is the best thing about your job?
  26. Think about your best snuggle – with a person or a pet!
  27. Who was your most inspiring teacher?
  28. Where do you feel most safe?
  29. What is the best opportunity you’ve ever been given?
  30. What or who is the biggest gift in your life right now?

We hope you enjoyed reading our blog post “30 Questions to Ask Yourself to Feel Gratitude”!

30 Questions to Ask Yourself to Feel Gratitude