Social media is full of gratitude challenges this time of year. We’ve got a super-simple one that can help you make a habit of a daily gratitude practice. Expressing gratitude has so many benefits for your health and well-being. It could be the key to achieving your new year’s goals.
How powerful is gratitude?
Research has shown that people who practice gratitude are more likely to:
- exercise regularly
- eat healthy
- feel less stress
- sleep better
- stay smoke-free
- experience fewer symptoms of depression and anxiety
- have better immune function and less inflammation
- help others
- have better impulse control and make better decisions
- express satisfaction with their life and relationships
What's not to love? There is literally no down side to this!
Take the challenge.
This January, bring on the positivity with Healthy for Good’s 21 Days of Gratitude. We’re posting a simple gratitude-inducing task every day for 21 days. But don’t worry, you can start any time and keep the attitude of gratitude going all year long. You’ll want to repeat your favorites and add your own ideas for random acts of gratitude.
Follow us on social with #HealthyforGood and #21DaysofGratitude and participate in each day’s gratitude activity. Share your progress and any results that are especially meaningful to you. You may be surprised at the transformation that can come from a little bit of gratitude!
What are you grateful for today?