What We’re Grateful For in 2020

If there’s one thing we can take away from this year, it’s that we’re happier and healthier when we are grateful.

According to Psychology Today, engaging in grateful thinking helps you sleep longer, be more empathetic, increase your mental toughness, and reduce toxic emotions like anger and frustration. Plus, people who regularly express gratitude are more likely to be physically fit, achieve their goals, and maintain strong friendships.

Even when our work-life balances are thrown askew, and when job security may be an illusion, being grateful for what you still have is always beneficial.


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