The Attitude of Gratitude
According to Health and Wellness Coach Ellen G. Goldman, counting our blessings on a regular basis can improve our moods and overall level of happiness and health. But expressing that appreciation to others will do so much more. Noticing, appreciating and expressing our feelings for life’s small blessings can produce just as much benefit as noticing the bigger moments. Developing a higher level of gratitude is emotionally, physically and mentally rewarding.
Here are 4 ways to start practicing gratitude to improve your well-being:
- Keep a gratitude journal. At the end of each day, write down the things from the day you feel grateful for.
- Express your gratitude by taking the time to share your feelings and heartfelt emotions.
- Look for what is right about a situation, not what’s wrong.
- Practice gratitude with your family and friends.
- Practice gratitude in the workplace and in the community.
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