By now, you’ve probably heard countless times that gratitude is good for you. It has been shown to improve sleep, self-esteem, physical health, psychological health, emotional resilience, and relationships. All of that, plus it’s free. So, you practice gratitude every single day, right?
I always associate Thanksgiving with gratitude and lots of turkey. I know this year hasn’t always made us feel grateful and downright miserable at times, but I am finding that the more I practice gratitude the happier I am. I decided this year I wouldn’t write my regular post about everything I am grateful for; I would share a few ways on how I learned to be grateful all the time. Hopefully, these tips will help you look at 2020 in a different light and bring you more joy in 2021.