0All of I have this week is a recommendation. Keep a gratitude journal every day. First thing in the morning, write 3 things you are grateful for and 3 things that would make the day awesome. Then right before you go to bed, you fill in 3 awesome things that happened to you that day and one thing you wish you did. This only take 5 minutes to do and it has a profound effect. This simple exercise break the tendency to dwell on the negative. It also provides a focus for each day. I use the 5 Minute Journal (http://www.fiveminutejournal.com/) but you can also make your own. I can't recommend this enough.
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