Gratitude is a year-round necessity. It helps keep us balanced and thinking positively, so we can be better humans for ourselves and those around us. Adding a daily gratitude practice to our routine can be simple, yet remarkably impactful.
Tis the season for gratitude, but, in fact, it’s healthier to practice grateful thinking all year long. When we think about what’s missing, rather than what’s present, we invite anxiety, frustration, and bundles of other negative emotions to flood our minds. If you think about it, brains are like kindergarten classes: without some discipline, chaos will ensue and somebody is gonna end up in tears.
A daily gratitude practice, however simple, can significantly improve your outlook. Everyone’s practice looks different, whether it’s journaling or letter-writing or making mental notes on a morning walk.
Join us as we share what we’re thankful for, our own gratitude practices, and all the benefits that come from some good ol' fashioned grateful thinking.