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One of my goals is to spend a few minutes before bedtime daily on a written reflection on the day. My life gets so busy that it’s easy to rush past feelings—good or bad—in the interest of getting everything done. But it seems that making journaling a routine can actually change your brain chemistry and boost your feelings of goodwill. We can all use some of that. Source: Michigan State University. Gratitude journaling is the practice of writing down what you’re grateful for—in its most basic form, once a week you’d write down five things that make you feel lucky. It’s meant to help you not take the positives in your life for granted. But psychologists have studied gratitude journal... Full story

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