Gratitude takes practice—here’s how to get started with Calm

Gratitude takes practice. Our brains are so wired to default to negativity that it can take conscious, regular effort to give ourselves the opportunity to reflect on the good in our lives. Though it may seem small, the impact of this practice is seriously beneficial: Many studies show that practicing gratitude over time can positively impact your health.

Try out these resources from Calm to reflect on what you’re grateful for, and see for yourself how appreciating the little things in life can positively impact your day:
  • Use Calm’s Gratitude Check-In to reflect on three things you’re grateful for every day: 
  • Listen to the Gratitude Masterclass to learn more about the psychology of gratitude:
  • Explore this Gratitude Toolkit for exercises and prompts to enhance your practice: 
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