Rise & Shine!
I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving filled with family, friends, awesome food and gratitude.
We’ve been talking a lot about being grateful lately because practicing gratitude can truly help you get through difficult times. However, like any skill, giving gratitude requires practice and conscious awareness. Keeping a gratitude jar is a great way of regularly recording what is abundant and good in our lives.
The idea behind the gratitude jar is simple. You start with an empty jar and each week, or day if you prefer, you add a piece of paper on which you note what you were grateful for that week. At the end of the year you’ll have a full jar and you can look back on all the abundance of that year, even if it was a tough year like we’ve all experienced in 2020. Your grateful thoughts will remind you that amid the chaos and the stress, there’s so much that is good and to be thankful for.
Giving gratitude is a way to focus on what’s positive. Over time it will foster a positive mindset. It makes us happier and more optimistic, which is good for our overall wellbeing. It can also be a catalyst for change. Focusing on what gives you joy and happiness, can be a great motivator to finally stick to that regular exercise routine you’ve tried to implement so many times.
Here is a link to some printables to help get you started.
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