This science-backed gratitude exercise is backed by research done out of the University of Southern California.
To get the maximum benefits of gratitude, scientists recommend giving at least 15-minutes, 1-3 times a week to your practice.
Let’s discuss how we can use gratitude as a tool to improve our well-being.
These practices are meant to be part of your daily routine. But, the first step is to start. Click here to get started with Gratitude!
Our last challenge of 2020 is all about gratitude.
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Welcome to the Inconvenient Gratitude Exercise! Grab a pen and paper and get started.
This article covers why and how you should practice gratitude.
How to create Gratitude Energy is today’s exercise. As a matter of fact, exercise is the only way you will […]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OCorElLKFQE Take 5 minutes out of your busy day to practice this guided gratitude meditation exercise. This is great for […]