Is a daily gratitude practice all that it’s cracked up to be?

What can a regular gratitude practice do for you?

THEY say that a regular gratitude practice can transform your life. Gratitude can trigger a positive feedback loop, meaning the more positive things you think about and experience, the more positive things you think about and experience. Gratitude has the same benefits of meditation (which we already know is extensive), particularly when done regularly. In other words, the more you do it, the more beneficial it becomes. Gratitude improves the quality of our relationships. Mostly because people who practice gratitude are happier, nicer, and generally more positive people. But also because they are more appreciative of the people in their lives. Gratitude keeps you healthy. People who regularly practice gratitude...

What can gratitude do for you?

What can a regular gratitude practice do for you?

Now that we’ve officially entered into November, talk about giving thanks (AKA gratitude) is beginning to crop up everywhere. And for good reason. According to research, gratitude is an incredibly powerful tool. Used regularly, it can help you feel better, both physically and mentally. Some of the benefits of a regular gratitude practice: fewer aches and pains more (and better) relationships enhanced empathy reduced aggression better sleep improved self-esteem more resilience more energy increased time spent exercising increased productivity and work performance (Sourced from here, here, and here.) Gratitude: the more you do it, the better you’ll feel. (That’s what she said.) I’m ever grateful for the number of posts talking about...