Numerous studies are demonstrating how gratitude journaling can increase one’s happiness. Others show that inflammation in one’s body can decrease. This offers insights into how a person can improve their overall health and well-being through engaging in a written gratitude practise.
Much of our time and energy is spent pursuing things we currently don’t have. Gratitude reverses our priorities to help us appreciate the people and things we do.
You can start cultivating your gratitude practise with this journal at any time. The prompts at the beginning of the journal can help you when you feel like you can't think of anything.
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