Activist & Female Combat Veteran Launches Gratitude App

Wednesday, August 1, 2018 Women Health News
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'Gratitude Morning' was created by a combat veteran with PTSD to make it easy and simple to incorporate gratitude into a daily routine.

SEATTLE, Aug. 01, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Time Magazine recently sited 7 Scientifically proven benefits of a gratitude

practice which include happiness, better sleep, easing symptoms of depression, and potentially it can help you build stronger relationships, ( but not everyone is doing this easy 3-minute practice.

'Gratitude Morning' has addressed all of the obstacles and finally makes writing a gratitude list simple. For a one time cost of $4.99, users can simply open the app and instantly type in a list. Gratitude Mornings clean and minimalist design is a calming experience like writing a gratitude list should be. There are no complicated platforms to learn, photos to upload, ads or pop-ups. With Gratitude Morning It takes just minutes a day to begin making gratitude a lasting part of a morning routine.

Features include: Social sharing, Links to the cloud, ability to backup and restore from Dropbox. Users can set a daily gratitude goal to encourage smalls wins which helps create a lasting gratitude habit as well as save and view their memories anytime through the app.

Nichole Crawford (app creator) is on a mission to make the world a more grateful place and to help you use your cell phone addiction for the powers of good. Nichole Bowen-Crawford is a combat veteran who served in Iraq. Nichole has practiced and advocated for gratitude and mindfulness in life's most challenging circumstances; she knows the positive impact it can create while managing PTSD in everyday life. She has created the Gratitude Morning app to help others incorporate gratitude into their lives and empower them to make gratitude a habit they love. Nichole has an M.Ed. in Counseling and Human Relations from Northern Arizona University, and lives near Seattle, WA. She's a veteran, and #metoo activist and has appeared on CNN, NBC, NPR, New Day Northwest, and KING 5 News. Her veterans advocacy work with Senator Patty Murray was featured in the New York, Seattle, and LA Times. She has spoken in D.C. more than once - to members of Congress on behalf of Service Women's Action Network, to advocate for victims of military sexual trauma, and most recently at a demonstration in front of the Pentagon.

She is available for media interviews; please contact her at info(at)gratitudemorning(dot)com to schedule.

Links to the app for both the iTunes and Google Play store can be found at

For further information or to receive a media promo code to use the app please email info(at)gratitudemorning(dot)com. Please note whether you need the Android or iPhone version (limited quantities available).


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