Gratitude in 2024 Using “The Way of Gratitude” by Hannah Rowen Fry

Last Updated: January 4, 2024By 2.5 min readCategories: Book Reviews

Gratitude is really the cornerstone of live when you think about it. Being grateful helps me get out of my own way, my own head, and back into the present reality. Hannah Rowen Fry’s gratitude journal, The Way of Gratitude, combines the feel of a devotional with dedicated space to write, allows me to embed this practice into my daily routine.

I started Fry’s journal this afternoon at my local coffee shop. Today’s devotional asked me to consider what I am grateful for, sharing the story of how Jesus fed the 5,000.

I liked Fry’s reminder that “[your gratitudes] don’t have to be significant or deep. I think my problem is, sometimes I try too hard to find happiness in the bigger moments or things, when I really slow down I simply appreciate and am grateful for things like: the man eating yummy avocado toast next to me that smells delightful and the sun hitting my face reminding me that even after the greyest of days, their is always a glimmer of hope.

I look forward to delving into this journal over the coming days and using it as a touchstone throughout the year to refer to.

“May we rest in goodness, gratitude, and wonder all the days of our lives.” Fry writes thoughtful reflections on Scripture, inviting you to marvel at God’s character in The Way of Gratitude.

The Way of Gratitude features:

  • 21 original devotionals based on Scripture
  • Space to be curious and to be in awe of the Word of God
  • Prompts to reflect, pray, and journal
  • Beautiful, minimal design
  • 21-day tracking sheet
  • Additional resources including more devotionals and accompanying music playlist are available on

About the Author:

Hannah Rowen Fry is a writer, speaker, and encourager. Her writing consists of observations of daily life, and uses daily reflections to guide others to live out their God-given purpose. Hannah’s passion is to help others experience greater joy in the present moment. She shares practical tips, helpful resources, and clear purposeful steps to abide in Jesus daily without legalism, judgment, or guilt. Her thoughtful reflections on Scripture invite those who have felt overwhelmed with their lifestyle, thoughts, or schedule to slow down and choose simplicity. Guided by encouragement, generosity, gratitude, and a healthy dose of responsibility, readers are invited to
experience freedom as they find spiritual rhythms that cultivate faith and help them step into their God-purpose. Hannah lives in Jacksonville Beach, Florida with her husband Matt, and spends most of her free time walking on the beach, frolicking around Disney World, and listening to Taylor Swift.

You can purchase a copy on Amazon,, or Barnes and Noble. You can follow Fry on social media here and here, and visit her website here.

Stay tuned for a guest post by Fry coming next week!

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  1. Nicole Pyles January 11, 2024 at 4:00 pm - Reply

    Thank you for featuring!

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