Gratitude journaling is good for your health Gratitude journaling is good for your health
And noting your gratitude seems to pay off: There’s a growing body of research on the benefits of gratitude. Studies have found that giving thanks and... Gratitude journaling is good for your health

And noting your gratitude seems to pay off: There’s a growing body of research on the benefits of gratitude. Studies have found that giving thanks and counting blessings can help people sleep better, and lower stress and improve interpersonal relationships. Earlier this year, a study found that keeping a gratitude journal decreased materialism, and bolstered generosity among adolescents.


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