Write Down What You’re Grateful For
“Scientists performed an experiment in which they asked one group of people to write down the things that they were grateful for on a weekly basis, while the other group recorded hassles or neutral life events. The folks who kept gratitude journals exercised more regularly, reported fewer physical symptoms, felt better about their lives as a whole, and were generally more optimistic about the upcoming week — compared to their negatively focused counterparts.
Start Today: At the end of each day, write down one great thing that happened. Use a notebook or keep a digital log.” — Happify
All too often we discount practices like gratitude journaling because they seem too easy, but so many studies show that a simple gratitude practice can have huge benefits!
WHAT are you grateful for today?
WHO are you grateful for today?