Go Appreciate: Gratitude Wellness
Practicing gratitude at least 3 times a week is proven to offer a host of benefits, including: stronger immune system, exercise more and take better care of yourself, more alert, alive and awake, more joy and pleasure, feel less lonely and isolated.
Ways to practice gratitude:
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- Attend the Practicing Gratitude to Improve Resilience, Nov. 3 | 11 a.m.–12 p.m. (PDT) | Webinar presented by Concern
Gratitude is the powerful quality of being thankful that can change your life for the better. If you’re looking to bring more resilience and happiness into your life, then practicing gratitude is your answer.
Join us on the Sacred Spaces Gratitude Walk on Tuesday, Nov. 15, led by Fr. Donal S.J., at 12 pm at Loyola House, all are welcome!
- Are you interested in University Ministry leading a retreat or reflection session for your department or organization? Our team is excited about bringing its expertise. Sessions may be held in person (with appropriate COVID protocols) or on Zoom. For more information, contact Angelica Quinonez.
- Say thank you to a friend, family member, colleague or yourself
- Write a thank you note
- Count your blessings
- Write in a gratitude journal
- Pray or meditate
- Help a stranger
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