Gratitude helps us refocus on what we have instead of what we lack. And remember that you can be grateful and disappointed at the same time. It isn’t a black and white picture.
This post centres around three practices to manage your mental health during the crisis: 1. Setting an intention 2. Checking in with your feelings and 3. Asking for help
At a time when we need to isolate ourselves physically, how can we remain connected with each other? One answer is by expressing our gratitude to others. Gratitude in the simplest of terms means to be mindful of our blessings. Normally, caught in our whirlwind of busyness, we are hardly able to spare a minute… Continue reading Connecting with Others: Saying Thank You to People We Haven’t Thanked Before