As we embark on the holiday season it’s easy to get caught up in the rush and crunch of creating the perfect holiday experience (parties, planning, purchasing) how do you pause and sincerely experience appreciation for the big and little things in life that often get taken for granted? Did you know that practicing gratitude can actually be good for your health and career?
Spirituality and gratitude are associated with well-being. Research shows a daily gratitude practice can reduce heart attack risk, strengthen the immune system, improve sleep quality, and boost productivity at work.
Here are five simple steps you can spend five minutes a day towards building a more grateful you.