Updated: May 14, 2020
Although journaling might not be your thing, I have a little secret to improve your insomnia, depression and mental health issues.
There are bountiful reasons to be grateful for what we have - and don't have. Research has proven that practicing gratitude and writing what we're grateful for literally rewires our brain.
We're searching for solutions in a place we can access instantly - ourselves and more importantly, our minds. When we look within and practice gratitude, we are acknowledging that (1) there is enough and (2) we are enough. Our lives are abundant with blessings - we just have to see and acknowledge them.