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  • Writer's pictureBronwyn Clee

Gratitude is an attitude not a platitude

Our founding Director, dearly departed Janelle Nicole Sigley coined this beautiful phrase "Gratitude is an attitude not a platitude" and our dear friend Dr Kerry Howells agrees. Dr Howells, published author and professor on the topic of "Gratitude in Education ~ a radical view" firmly believes that for gratitude to become an embedded practice, action is required.

Did you know that by focusing on grateful thoughts and writing down 5 things you're grateful for will instantly reduce your stress levels by 25%?

So there's a takeaway tip for you right there!

Get cracking and write down 5 things you're grateful for. And if you're up for it, challenging yourself to do it for 30 days and watch what happens.

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