4 ways to mix up your gratitude practice
Building the habit of gratitude is good for us, but the idea of continuously writing a list of what we’re grateful for can get daunting. Our entries can become repetitive, and it can be hard to think out of the box. Here are some ways to keep your practice fresh!
why gratitude should be a social experience
Engaging in healthy habits doesn’t have to be a solo activity. Building a gratitude practice alongside your friends, family, love, or co-workers has incredible benefits! Here are some reasons why thanking should be a social experience…
5 questions to reflect on at the end of the week
Engaging in weekly reflection is a great way to evaluate your priorities, stay present, and plan for the future. Here are 5 questions that you can ask at the end of the week:
why imagination is important at every age
Dreaming with your people is important at any and all ages. Here’s why: