One thing we as human beings all have in common is a desire to be happy, healthy and wealthy.
In other words, all people want to feel good and avoid feeling bad. Makes sense, right?
The problem is, most people don’t feel good. Most days people find it difficult to feel grateful for what they do have because of added financial stress that seemingly prolongs daily.
According to a recent study, the rate of antidepressant use among teens and adults (people ages 12 and older) increased by almost 400% between 2005–2008.
We’re called “Prozac Nation” for a reason.
Our suggestion is to take on an
“Attitude of Gratitude”
which is proven to provides huge benefits…
#5 Express Gratitude
Write gratitude letters to significant people in their lives
#4 Gratitude Reminders
Write down 5 things you feel grateful once a week for 1o weeks- Or write down 1 thing each day.
#3 Strategic Comparisons
Compare yourself to less fortunate people rather than seemingly more fortunate individuals.
#2 Keep a Journal
Track your appreciation so you can always re-read and focus on the abundances that do exist in your life.
#1 Make It A Group Ritual
Talk with friends and family about simple things that made them happy throughout each and every day!