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Posts dealing with gratitude. Gratitude journaling. Benefits of gratitude. Gratitude quotes and how to practice gratitude.

It is not hyperbole to say that gratitude is one of the key elements in happiness. Increasing gratitude is the easiest thing to do that has the most impact on happiness.

Check out these many posts that feature all aspects of gratitude and how to let gratitude into your daily lifestyle.

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What is Gratitude? 5 Reasons Gratitude Improves Wellness

Gratitude is a lot of things. Gratitude is a personality trait, a mood, and an emotion. As an emotion, gratitude is a feeling of happiness that comes from appreciation. While in a grateful mood, grateful emotions are more likely be present. Those with a more grateful personality are more likely to experience grateful moods and […]

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Grateful vs Thankful: What is the Difference?

Are you like me in the sense that you’ve wondered what the difference is between being grateful and thankful? The two words are often used interchangeably when people express their gratitude. However, although they’re considered synonyms for showing your appreciation for something or someone, there is a difference between these two words. Today, we’ll explore […]

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How Grateful Are You? Interactive Quiz + Seven Strategies for Cultivating Gratitude

Gratitude increases our happiness, improves our relationships, and makes us healthier. And it does so reliably. Over 40 research studies have shown the same thing – gratitude rocks. So how can we get more of it? It depends. How grateful are you already? Let’s figure that out. The quiz below only takes 30 seconds. (Side […]

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Three Good Things, A Small Gratitude Exercise for a Large Boost of Happiness

You can increase your long-term happiness by almost 10% with a simple, fun and free 5-minute exercise.1 Here’s the exercise:  “Write down three things that went well each day and their causes every night for one week. In addition, provide a causal explanation for each good thing.” That’s it. We spend tens of thousands of […]

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