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November 02, 2020 1 min read 0 Comments

This week (and tbh this month), we're thinking about gratitude.

Thanksgiving is almost upon us, and while we know that the past few months have not been easy for most, we hope that you'll feel inspired to still practice gratitude in your everyday life.

It might be hard to think of things to be thankful for every day, which is why we're here to help😇

So, for the entire month of November, we're challenging ourselves (and you) to a 30 Day Gratitude Challenge. Each day we'll be sharing one thing that we're grateful for via our IG page.

You might be asking; what's the point?

And the simple answer is that practicing gratitude makes you a better person - it actually affects our mental, relational, and physical health.

Being grateful can help to reduce toxic emotions such as envy, resentment, and frustration. This will ultimately make you a better friend, coworker, and family member.

With less angst and frustration clouding their headspace, those with a regular gratitude practice also notice more regular sleep patterns and increased focus.

Expressing appreciation for people and things around you may result in reduced depressive or anxious states, by increasing the feel-good neurotransmitters like dopamine and serotonin in the brain🤯

Thank goodness for gratitude 😉

We invite you to join us on our 30-Days of Gratitude Challenge and reap the benefits for yourself!

Jesal Trivedi
Jesal Trivedi

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