Gratitude Practices

We're quickly approaching my favorite holiday of the year, Thanksgiving! Why is it my favorite holiday? Because I get to eat a lot of amazing food. I don't make myself feel guilty for enjoying large portions or drinking and you shouldn't either. I promise you that one day isn't going to derail your progress. Many people first think of food when it comes to this annual holiday, but there is much more to Thanksgiving than a feast. It’s about being thankful and appreciating everything good in your life.

The Power of Gratitude There are a lot of things that contribute to your mental health but in psychology research, gratitude is consistently associated with greater happiness. It helps individuals cherish good experiences, handle adversity, and build strong relationships. Gratitude makes you:

  1. Less Materialistic - Turns what you have into enough, and more.