I’d like to expand on that as we end our challenge to provide you with a more in-depth list of helpful tips to tap into the power of being grateful.
Sharing your written words of appreciation with others can have an even bigger impact than journaling privately.
Turning a long-standing low mood around even slightly by acknowledging one small good thing can be quite meaningful. Remember, our thoughts influence our feelings and behaviors.
You’ve probably heard of both meditations and affirmations, though you may be uncertain of just what they are and how they work.
Let’s see if we can’t make the process seem less stressful. There truly are some amazing benefits that come from the physical process of creating a record of gratefulness.
In fact, many would argue that the ultimate happiness lies not in money but in finding your inner peace and learning to live in serenity.
Sometimes it seems as though inner peace is an impossibility. Dispel those fears right now because I want to provide you with the practices necessary to turn inner peace into a habit.
Ever wondered how some people stay a lot more organized than others? Well, the secret is in habits!
The purpose of this prayer is to bring peace and certainty to the heart and mind of people seeking support.
Anxiety takes energy. Your heart speeds up, you sweat, and your muscles tense. Anxiety might be better if it had the decency to burn more calories, but there really isn’t an upside.