Writing is a powerful form of mental exercise. Combining it with an intention of gratitude compounds the benefits.
Today we’re going to explore how to set an intention of gratitude to get more out of your daily exercises.
Today we wanted to share a famous story of gratitude, originally told by the renowned radio broadcaster, Paul Harvey.
Why are we doing a Friendsgiving Creative Gratitude exercise? Whether you’re quarantining alone or celebrating with friends or family; there’s still much to be grateful for on Thanksgiving.You’re alive, for one. You have access to the internet, and education, and clean water, and shelter. The list goes on…The simple fact about life is, whatever level […]
This guided mindfulness meditation is designed for beginners. Find a comfortable seat where you won’t be distracted and click the video to begin.
Mindfulness is a powerful practice for focusing your attention and it physically changes your brain.
In this week’s Ask Danny challenge we learn about the science of clouds.
Welcome to the Inconvenient Gratitude Exercise! Grab a pen and paper and get started.
This article covers why and how you should practice gratitude.
This week, the East Coast experienced an Earthquake. Marge wrote in to ask what was going on. Here’s Danny’s answer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yvxXkHxqsJg&feature=youtu.be To learn more about East Coast Earthquakes, read this. And to view the scientific study, click here. Thanks to Marge for the great question on East Coast earthquakes! Click here to submit a question […]