The practice of gratitude has many amazing benefits

The practice of gratitude has many amazing benefits
 

According to Harvard, Gratitude can make you happier!

(...and nobody argues with Harvard.  They're wicked smart!)


According to an article published by Harvard last year, "gratitude is strongly and consistently associated with greater happiness."  You want positive emotions, improved health, the ability to deal with adversity and strong relationships?  Gratitude can help!  (don't believe me.  Read it here!) 


So here are a few things I'm grateful for.


- my amazing family

- my glorious friends

- EZ Pass

- chocolate 

- kitty purrs and biscuit making

- sunshine and my paddle board

- the smell of freshly popped popcorn

- my smartphone

- the wireless mouse

- my bright, breezy home

- my friendly neighbors

- being American

- the amazing opportunities I've had

- seafood

- my health and strong mind and body

- flip flops

- farmers markets

- street art

- TSA pre-check

- chocolate covered potato chips

- unlimited access to clean water

- reading glasses

- Journey's Don't Stop Believin'

- trash day

- sleeping with the windows open

- chocolate chips

- my giraffe blanket 

- chocolate sculptures

- hugs

- stuffing

- that you're reading this!  

- chocolate


I could go on and on...and I often do in my morning journaling because it makes me realize how good I have it.


So take a minute and list what you're grateful for.  Don't edit, just pour everything down on paper, then go and have a fabulous Thanksgiving.


Go get 'em, Turkey!


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