5 Benefits of Expressing Gratitude

Have you written down what you're thankful for today?

Have you written down what you’re thankful for today?

We all know that gratitude can make you feel more appreciative, but did you know that it can also benefit your overall health? Here are five benefits of having an attitude of gratitude.

1. You’ll be less stressed. Grateful people tend to have lower anxiety levels. This is perhaps due to the fact that being grateful helps you to maintain perspective. The next time you feel yourself freaking out about a deal or anything else in life, write down three things that you feel thankful for.

2. You’ll sleep better. Instead of counting sheep at night, count your blessings. When you fall asleep feeling grateful, you’ll experience a better quality of sleep.

3. You’ll have stronger relationships. When you appreciate the people around you, you build stronger bonds with them and can enjoy a more positive relationship.

4. You’re more likely to reach your goals. Being grateful for what you have may increase your willpower, which will help you to persevere in the face of challenges. And that perseverance will help you to reach your goals.

5. You’ll be happier. What’s a secret to happiness? It could be a grateful attitude. Taking stock of your life can help you appreciate all of the good that’s in it. And when you appreciate what you have, you’ll be happier.

Practice gratitude today!
Starting today, write down three things you’re grateful for in a notebook or in a gratitude app like Gratitude Journal. Do this every day for 21 days and enjoy the benefits of an attitude of gratitude.

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