Many people have a diary or journal, where they occasionally write down their thoughts, hopes, goals, dreams, successes, frustrations, and disappointments. In recent years, research has shown the benefits of keeping a gratitude journal, recognizing the positive impact of focusing on and writing down things for which we are grateful.
How can you gain greater benefits from your gratitude practice?
Check out my first post on Thrive Global: Upgrade Your Gratitude Practice — Increase your happiness and wellbeing in one to two minutes a day.
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