Take 10 minutes each day to list 3 things you are grateful for.
Really take time to focus on them and write them down.
Visualise the experience.
Gratitude is a positive emotional state in which to appreciate what you have received in life. Research shows that taking time to experience gratitude can make you happier and even healthier.
Research also shows that gratitude reduces a multitude of toxic emotions, ranging from envy and resentment to frustration and regret.
Multiple studies on the link between gratitude and well-being confirm that gratitude effectively increases happiness and reduces depression.
Writing in a gratitude journal improves sleep, according to a 2011 study published in Applied Psychology: Health and Well-Being. Spend just 15 minutes jotting down a few grateful sentiments before bed, and you may sleep better and longer.
3 Ways to Practice Gratitude
Notice good things, look for them and appreciate them.
Savour, absorb, and really pay attention to those good things. Express your gratitude to yourself, write it down, or thank someone.