Attitude of Gratitude
Practicing an “attitude of gratitude” has physical, mental, spiritual, and social benefits.
I know life is hard sometimes – this year, maybe more than most. And that’s partly why being deliberately grateful is so helpful. When our hearts are flowing with gratitude, there’s not much room left for fear or apprehension. Grateful people tend to be happier and healthier than their grumpier counterparts. Saying “thank you” spreads happiness one little bit at a time.
So, this year, amid all the hustle and bustle, be sure to express your gratitude on a regular basis.
Write a daily gratitude list.
Tell someone you appreciate him or her every day – a friend, family member… heck, the delivery driver! It doesn’t matter.
Journal, meditate, or engage your spirituality with thankfulness.
Here’s a bonus tip: Do this even when you don’t feel like it.
I promise it will make you feel better – and that’s always something to be thankful about.
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