The benefits of practising gratitude are nearly endless. People who regularly practise gratitude by taking time to notice and reflect upon the things they're thankful for experience more positive emotions, feel more alive, sleep better, express more compassion and kindness, and even have stronger immune systems.

 

This Gratitude Box contains:

 

Gratitude Notelets - 
According to positive psychologists, the words ‘thank you‘ are no longer just good manners, they are also beneficial to the self.  
We say thank you because we want the other person to know we value what they’ve done for us. People who receive a ‘thank you’ feel appreciated, needed and more socially valued.   
This feeling of social worth helps people get over factors that stop them helping others. We are often unsure our help is really wanted, and we know that accepting help from others can feel like a failure. The act of saying thank you reassures the helper that their help is valued and motivates them to provide more. Share the joy by giving these notes to people you appreciate.

 

Thankful Pendant - 
This beautiful little teardrop bottle comes with a tiny scroll for you to write something you are thankful for onto and slip inside the bottle. Wearing it close to our heart reminds us of the positives in our lives and can be grounding when things are feeling strained or difficult.
You might prefer to put something else in you are grateful for – glitter to remind you of someone you have lost, some hair from a loved one, sand from a special place, seeds, tiny crystals etc.

 

Gratitude Post-its
A cornerstones of practising gratitude is to find something to be grateful for every day.
Research has shown that people who write a 'blessings' list complain less about their health, feel more attentive, energetic, determined and more satisfied with life.  Others feel more connected and closer to other people, more willing and able to give help and support to other people, building social networks and friendships along the way. 
Write down 3 things every day. Thi