Staying mindful of the things and more importantly the people you are grateful for is a daily habit to always be working on.
Showing someone you’re grateful for them is such a small thing but it can have a huge impact on your life and the life of that person.
But how do we show someone our gratitude, more than just saying "thank you"?
"While we waste our time hesitating and postponing, life is slipping away."
Raise your hand if you’ve ever been guilty of procrastinating? Yep. We have all been there. Whether it’s cleaning out your closet, finishing an assignment, or getting motivated to exercise, we can all relate to running it down to the wire on meeting a deadline.
It’s killing you slowly. And it’s often untraceable.
It’s your comfort zone — and stepping outside of it is key to discovering your passion, accomplishing your goals, and finding happiness. But it’s not so bad, right? I mean, you’re comfortable, so you must be happy?
If only it worked out that way. Unfortunately, the longer you stay within your comfort zone, the less happy you tend to be.
Did you know that there is scientific evidence showing that gratitude can actually change the brain, boost the immune system, reduce stress and improve heart health?
Life is a series of problems that have to be solved ― and a lot of times those problems cause stress. Gratitude is how you combat the stress life throws your way.