Taking time to regularly reflect on what you are grateful for many boost happiness and satisfaction. Seligman (2005) found that making a list of three things people were grateful for had an impact on happiness scores. Research by Emmons and McCullough also have found impact from people expressing gratitude.
Check out this article from Harvard Health which goes into more details about these studies and the impact on gratitude. You can read it here.
Enjoy your reflection today on this question and consider what you might do to reflect on this question more regularly.
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