1. In the morning before rising and at bedtime reflect on 3 things you’re grateful for.
2. Unplug from work, family, phone, and everything for 5 minutes during the day. Consider this a health break to increase your physical health. It’s like a mid-daystretch, for your brain.
Let’s commit to being grateful, until it becomes a natural habit. Being grateful leads to optimism and an overall improvement in our mental and physical health, and that’s our goal. Let ripples of gratitude extend to those we love, work,and all those around us and make our community a more grateful and healthy place to vibe. I’ve included a 30-day gratitude calendar that can help.