For the past 10 years, I’ve maintained a daily practice of writing a gratitude list. I’ve learned that if you want to see the benefits of a gratitude practice to shift your emotional state, it’s not enough to write it down. You must add another component.
When we’re feeling stuck in life, the default tends to be to focus on changing habits. But there’s a more foundational element we should check first.
Bad days happen, but they don’t need to last all day. Here are 7 strategies I use to reset a day that is going off the rails.
Breathing happens automatically. Yet more often than you realize, you still need to remember to do it.
Some things are so fundamental that they’re easy to forget.
Simple. Easy. Obvious. Automatic. Except when it isn’t. Turns out that we often deprive ourselves of the most essential element needed for living.
We often miss the moment of change, even when we are looking directly at it.