#042 – This year has been a challenge for many reasons. And while for many of us this Thanksgiving does not look the same as others, taking time to give thanks is scientifically proven to be good for you.

In today’s episode, I would like to share with you 5 scientifically-proven benefits of being thankful, how I have incorporated gratitude and thanksgiving into my life, and tips on how you can also reap the benefits of gratitude.

Show Notes

Gratitude has become an important part of my life, so much so that I incorporate it into my daily journaling routine. So I was excited to see the Forbes article about the Scientifically Proven Benefits of Gratitude and share 5 of these with you in today’s episode.

  1. Gratitude improves physical health. (02:08)
  2. Gratitude improves psychological health. (02:23)
  3. Grateful people sleep better. (03:00)
  4. Gratitude improves self-esteem. (03:15)
  5. Gratitude increases mental strength. (03:40)

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