Practice gratitude

Gratitude has been linked to a host of physical and psychological benefits, including happiness. One study even found that grateful people are 25 percent happier.

So whether you make it a habit to talk about what you’re grateful for over breakfast every morning, or you write in a gratitude journal before bed, train your brain to look for the good in life.

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