4.3.19

Be The Best You | Gratitude | Week Ten

by Christina Rowsell
@Radio Christina

Gratitude
Image © www.christinarowsell.com
An attitude of gratitude creates blessings. If we’re thankful for all the wonderful things in our lives, it’ll boost your mood and actually keep stress in check. Today’s world is full of so many stressors. There are so many things that stimulate our brain everyday. If you take a moment to be thankful for one thing, person or moment, you’ll appreciate your blessings whole-heartily.

Your attitude of gratitude will enhance your appreciation even more. When we’re thankful for the small things in our lives we reduce anxiety. During your daily mindful meditation remember to take a moment for gratitude. Place the blessings near and dear to your heart in your thoughts and be grateful for the wonderful opportunities your have in your daily life.

Being grateful is a skill that is learned. By responding daily to appreciation of your surroundings, you are cultivating a happy life. It has been proven that by being thankful in your daily life it will help you live a happier and healthier life.  Gratitude will also change your perspective. Gratitude increases your awareness of a greater whole and connects you towards positive living. In order to be the best you, be thankful for who you are, where you are and how you plan on living your best life.

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