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Practicing Gratitude

We just celebrated our national day of Thanksgiving. One day of Thanksgiving is good, but gratitude should be part of our everyday lives.

Recent studies prove that gratitude plays a significant role in your sense of well-being.

Gratitude results in higher levels of enthusiasm, alertness, optimism, and energy. It also results in more progress toward personal goals. “Counting your blessings" increases your sense of well-being.

Gratitude journals help. Every day write, “Today I am grateful for …” and then complete the statement by making a list of everything (or at least five things) that you are grateful for.

Here is a link to a free online gratitude journal: that can help you make this process part of your life.

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