Gratitude! November brings thoughts of longer nights, warm cozy fires, pumpkin pie and the start of the holidays. But it especially brings gratefulness and thanks
Negativity seems to be everywhere lately. Unfortunately, negativity can have bad effects on your health. Consider that finding the positive and being grateful can make you more healthy and happier.
Science continues to study gratitude and its effects on the body. They are finding it has positive effects on the physical, psychological, and social aspects of the person.1
Why not take time this month to look for things to be grateful for? Let’s start with some beautiful quotes on gratitude.
Need support in creating a thankfulness practice? Join the Savvy Gratitude Challenge anytime. You don’t have to wait for November to create a gratitude practice. The Savvy Gratitude Challenge is a 15-day email challenge. Whenever you join, you will receive an email with a gratitude topic and ideas to spark your thankfulness for 15 days. Write 3 of the things you are grateful for down on the Gratitude Challenge Journal Sheet that you will be able to download and by the end of 15 days, you will have created a list of 45 things that you are grateful for.
This isn’t a typical gratitude challenge. I will ask you to go deep and look for things other than the typical person, place, and work that most people start with. To make it easy for you to create a gratitude practice, the challenge is at a low price of just $7. Click on the image below to purchase and start being more grateful to feel healthier and happier.
Let’s spend some time reflecting on all the blessings in our lives. See you in the challenge.