< Time to Think Slow Part 2
Gratitude journaling always comes up as an excellent way to ward off malaise and anxiety. That I should come up with three things a day which I'm grateful for and write them down. A few days ago I was picking the last bits of meat off a rotisserie chicken and it suddenly dawned on me that I've pretty much already made it in life: I have food, water, and a home. All things to be grateful for in any other time in history, and I completely take it for granted.
So cheers, ~commgeek, and here's to gratitude!
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And there seems to be solid research now that shows that it does indeed make our lives better.