- You can practice gratitude by keeping a journal, creating a gratitude jar, practicing gratitude meditation, using visual reminders, and telling others how thankful you are for them.
- Writing down at least one thing that you are grateful for at the end of each day — either in a journal or on a slip of paper that you put in a jar — can help remind you to be thankful.
- Telling others about how grateful you are for them is also a great way to practice gratitude since it can both boost your own happiness and help your loved ones feel appreciated.
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Practicing gratitude involves noticing and appreciating the good things in your life. Over the past 15 years, experts have found evidence that regularly practicing gratitude may have powerful benefits – it might make you happier, reduce anxiety, and even boost your immune system.
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