Simple gratitude journal that respects your privacy

Good things happen to those who see good things happening. ;)

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The story (and research) behind this app:

When studying at Duke University, one of our founders started experiencing symptoms of depression. As an alternative to medication, a counsellor told her about some incredible research the university had recently done.

Dr. Bryan Sexton, associate professor in psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Duke’s School of Medicine, found that simply listing three good things each day in a particular way increased happiness more effectively than Prozac! Participants were asked to:

  1. List 3 good things that happened that day, noting their active role in the events (e.g. "I saw a pretty sunset today" rather than just writing "There was a pretty sunset").

  2. Describe the emotion felt in each positive moment.


  1. Increased feeling of well-being.

  2. Improved sleep quality—when done within 2 hours of bedtime.

  3. Greater mental resilience.

Learn more the research that inspired this app here

We respect your privacy:

Given the personal nature of your day-to-day highlights, we do not store any of your data. You will NEVER be asked to log-in or register to use any of our apps.

Gratitude can be fun & rewarding:

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Fond memories

Scroll through your Memories tab on a rainy day—or whenever you need some extra help seeing the bright side.

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Create a PDF

Instantly generate a PDF of all your Memories. Email it to yourself, save it to your device, or print it out.

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Night mode

Reduce the glare from the screen with night mode. Bonus: listing 3 good things before bed drastically improves sleep quality!

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Capture and share

Screenshot everything you had written in one image. Use our "Share" button to stay up-to-date with friends, family, or long-distance partner.

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A quote to help you get started

Read a thought-provoking quote each day to spark some positive thinking!

Be thankful for what you have; you’ll end up having more. If you concentrate on what you don’t have, you will never, ever have enough.
— Oprah Winfrey

UC Berkeley and UC Davis launched a multiyear project on Expanding the Science and Practice of Gratitude. They found that people who regularly practice gratitude report:

  1. Stronger immune systems

  2. Lower blood pressure

  3. Higher levels of joy, optimism, and happiness 

  4. Acting with more generosity and compassion

  5. Feeling less lonely and isolated

When prompted to do so, you might be pleased to learn that even on your roughest days, you can find three things that are good in your life. ;)


Try it free.

Just to be clear, after a 2-week free trial, the app will cost 99¢/mo, varying slightly based on region! We're proud of our pricing and wanted to be upfront about it. :)


Stay well, darling. We hope our apps help ease your road to becoming all that you are meant to be.