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Make Gratitude A Daily Practice

Don’t save your gratitude just for special occasions. To reap the biggest benefits, make it a daily practice. Research has found that gratitude can help you get a better night’s sleep, strengthen your relationships, advance your physical health, and improve your life satisfaction and well-being. Read this article to learn about starting a gratitude journal, which is a great way to focus on being more grateful. Visit AARP® Staying Sharp® for more brain health information.

Social Butterfly

My goal is to hand out ten thank you’s daily.  I have an app for that keeps track.

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On January 1, 2021, I began keeping a gratitude journal and have continued writing in it each day since then. I took a blank journal with a pretty cover to use. My goal is to remind myself of the many reasons I have to be grateful. Especially in the face of COVID, it would be easy to fall into despair! The gratitude journal is an easy way to lift spirits!

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Very lovely. What a way to start my day. Thank you so much for sharing this beautiful message.

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