An exercise of gratitude.

Research consistently shows gratitude enhances wellbeing, which has been the point of this month's focus on a bit of gratitude to enhance wellbeing and help you meet your goals! Martin Seligman is the Founding Father of Positive Psychology and has done tremendous research in the area. Any of his books are worth a read. Here … Continue reading An exercise of gratitude.

Stop complaining.

It can be so easy to find something to complain about, and some people are chronic complainers. If you have ever been around a chronic complainer, you know how exhausting it is! It can be difficult to notice when you yourself are the culprit of chronic complaint. Take a moment right now to really think … Continue reading Stop complaining.

Valentine’s Day.

Sometimes it is easier to think of being grateful for a loved one on a special holiday. Somehow it forces us to remember the good and the positivity - or at least to try. Sometimes there is disappointment in the amount of effort your partner puts in, or remembering a past disappointment. But, it truly … Continue reading Valentine’s Day.

Relationships.

It can be hard to remember gratitude in relationships. Things we previously found endearing, were easily willing to do for, or would put up with from the other person can become frustrating annoyances. Small irritations are easily brushed off in the beginning phase of a relationship. Soon, though, repeatedly picking up towels from the floor … Continue reading Relationships.