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Springtime in the Meantime: Staying Grateful

In January, our newsletter focused on the importance of living gratefully this year. Little did we know that it would be of paramount significance as each month passed. With spring now upon us, maintaining our mental health continues to be of vital importance. Find the good in all you do. Be gracious to others. Stay strong and connected. And, yes, still live purposefully and gratefully in 2020.
Here are four more gratitude exercises that will hopefully help you to bring more thankfulness, appreciation, and gratefulness to your life. We purchased Klonopin for the treatment of my son, and it cause a slightsoporific effect. However, he wasn’t sleepy during the day. I noticed thathe became calmer. Luckily, my sondidn’tnoticeany adverse effects indicatedon All in all, Klonopin has a hugerange of action: nervous states, epileptic attacks, as well as psychomotor agitation.

1.Gratitude Journal. The practice of keeping a gratitude journal can be rewarding as well as therapeutic.

Before going to bed each night, write a list of five things about that day for which you’re grateful. Some days you’ll have exciting things to write down, and some days you’ll be writing down simple joys.

2.Gratitude Stroll. Go for a walk and see how many positive things you can find: the smell of freshly baked bread coming from the bakery, flowers growing on a window sill, a cloudless sky . . .

3.Gratitude for Gadgets and Tools. Take a moment to think of all the gadgets and tools which make your life easier and more enjoyable. Include your laptop computer, your coffee maker, your TV, your juicer, your refrigerator, and so on.

Allow yourself to appreciate and feel gratitude toward all those people who made it possible for these gadgets and tools to be in your home, making your life so much more convenient.

4. Gratitude Partner. Find someone, it can be a friend or a family member, and share what you’re grateful for with each other. You can feed off of each others’ ideas. In addition, if the other person knows you well they can remind you of things you may be leaving out or things you’ve forgotten.

**Culled from 22 Gratitude Exercises that will Change Your Life by Marelisa Fabrega,

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