If you are always thinking about ‘not having enough’ or what is ‘going wrong’ – you are just asking for more of the same, writes Rachel Reva.
In practical terms, what does it mean to move from a sense of entitlement (I am owed) to gratitude? Brian Harris shares seven insights.
The Avatar Effect: That phenomenon where, after watching Avatar, rather than relishing its cinematic escapism, viewers become depressed.
Try thankfulness. It can make your life happier, says Robert Martin, writer and speaker from the God in 60 Seconds podcast.
Susan Browning was always busy – until the day she started watching clouds go by – and felt a tiny bit restored. It started a new habit.
The negative experiences in our past can shape how we see the world, others, and ourselves. That’s why what we should be remembering is the good things.
What things have you achieved in your life that perhaps you feel don’t deserve to be celebrated because they aren’t quite big enough?
Use these 7 strategies to beat the Christmas Grinch as you navigate the season and take back your Christmas!
Thanksgiving movies the whole family will love, now all you had to do is decide what to watch first….and cook the popcorn.
Try spending just five minutes being grateful this week and see how such a small thing can have a big positive impact on your health and wellbeing.