Thanksgiving is a day when Americans pause to reflect on the blessings they’ve received. So what’s in it for Australians?
Research suggests that it takes as little as three weeks of practising gratitude to train our brain to look out for the positive.
There is a popular social media post doing the rounds that says “You Choose Your Hard.” But there’s something it’s missing…
If you make a decision to focus, meditate and study on the blessings that we take for granted, you invite more of that into your life.
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.
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.
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?
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.