Give Props to Gratitude

Studies on actively engaging in gratitude have shown that it has an enormously positive effect on our lives. Yet in the go-go bustle of our day-to-day activities, and the pressures and stress of modern life, it’s easy to lose touch with it.  

Let spending time on the following questions will increase the positive affects in your life.  Enjoy

What are you most grateful for?

What does gratitude feel like?

What sustains you on a daily basis?

What makes life easier?

If you had only one wish, what would you wish for?

What is different today than last year that you are grateful for?

How am I fortunate?

Who do you appreciate the most? and do they know?


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