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5 Exciting Ways to Cultivate Gratitude and Positivity!

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Do you feel great when someone gives you a compliment? Do you feel great when you are thinking positively?

 Many studies have shown, there can be many benefits to being grateful, including happiness, increase self-esteem, improve friendships and the list goes on. Some people believe that if they possessed more things, have more money, or had better luck, they would be more grateful. However, the number of things that you accumulate will not affect your attitude or situation. Gratitude is an attitude that can easily be cultivated, no matter your current situation. I believe and so do many others, that with Gratitude, positive things will likely happen! Today I am listing 5 Exciting Ways to Cultivate Gratitude so you may be more positive and reap the rewards that come your way!

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Start a Self-Love Routine

“Self-love is important to living well. It influences who you pick for a mate, the image you project at work, and how you cope with the problems in your life.” You need to get enough rest and relaxation. Start taking care of your body. You are stuck with it. If you don’t take care of it now, you will have to bear the consequences later on. By taking care of your body and loving yourself, you will become happier!

Stop and Smell The Flowers

Another way to cultivate gratitude and positivity is to change the way you think about your day by just stopping and smelling the flowers for a moment. Actively try to catch yourself before you get overwhelmed with negative thoughts or feelings. Take a walk and feel grateful for those things around you, like the oxygen being provided by the trees around you. This simple activity can give you the opportunity to view a stressful situation in a new way.

Find Something Positive in the Negative

Before you get upset about what seems to be a difficult situation, take a moment to shift that negative thought into one that is positive. If you're stuck at a red light, look at it as a chance to meditate or get into a calmer state before getting home. Researchers continue to explore the effects of positive thinking, which may be:

  • Increased life span
  • Lower rates of depression
  • Lower levels of distress and
  • Better coping skills during hardships and times of stress


Go a Day Without Complaining

Set a new pattern in your life by abstaining from complaining for an entire day. Work to find one good thing among the dozen of negative things that might affect you throughout the day. Allow yourself to be transformed by this new attitude.

Give a Genuine Compliment

Share your kindness and authentic praise with someone around you, whether it’s a friend or a stranger. In a study from 2018 concludes that we underestimate how surprised and grateful the recipients feel after receiving gratitude. 4 other benefits , reported from another study, of consistently providing genuine compliments to others can also be:

  1. Improve Physical and emotional health
  2. Enhanced confidence and nourishes self-esteem
  3. Performance and Leadership and
  4. Brain Reconditioning to lean towards the positive

Not only will this spread the love to another person, but it will also uplift you and push you to focus on the good, and allow you to build an even stronger relationship.



By integrating some of these exercises of gratitude into your daily life, you will learn what will ultimately allow you to continue to be thankful for each day. I hope you enjoy the benefits of these exciting gratitude-positive exercises!

For further help on Positivity and Self-Love please check out the FREE Printables Pages where you will find a Happy Journal and Self-Love Journal Waiting for you.

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