This science-backed gratitude exercise is backed by research done out of the University of Southern California.
We firmly believe gratitude is one of the most powerful exercises you can do for your mental fitness and overall wellbeing.
The bottom line is that we often complicate the notion of happiness. We tend to think of happiness as something that’s unobtainable, far away, and out of reach.
Changing our perspective is a skill, and once we develop that skill we can make some real magic happen.
We all want to be happy. The good news is that we have control over our own happiness.
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!
When we look at the research on how to promote basic day-to-day well-being and quality of life, there’s one method that sticks out.
Our last challenge of 2020 is all about gratitude.