Gratitude and it’s Health Benefits

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Gratitude means thanks and appreciation…which rhymes with attitude and comes from the Latin word gratus , which means thankful, pleasing. When you feel gratitude, you’re pleased by what someone did for you and also by the results.

Did you know that studies have shown that Gratitude can make you happier and heal pain & illnesses in your body. It boots your immunity to anger, disappointment and frustrations. Improving relationships and your body. Thanksgiving is a good holiday to give thanks for everything, we should be grateful everyday, not just on the holiday.

Have a positive attitude toward life and what comes at you on a daily basis. Being thankful for all the things that you have, family, and good health. Thinking of things that you are grateful each day. Don’t dwell on any negative thoughts. Be grateful for those in your life and be sure to tell them. When you only focus on positivity, it will return to you. As a christian believer, I have studied gratitude in the bible, and there are over 40 verses teaching on being thankful.

You are what you attract! Love and health will get better by being grateful where you are at in life at this moment.

Why Drinking Water Is Good For You While Traveling

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30 DAY Water Challenge

For the next 30 days DRINK WATER!

  • After waking up
  • 30 minutes before breakfast!
  • 1 hour after breakfast
  • 30 minutes before lunch
  • 1 hour after lunch
  • During tea break
  • 30 minutes before dinner
  • Just before going to bed

Drinking water to stay hydrated while traveling is so important. I always fill my empty water bottle or my Yetti at the water fountain before we get on the airplane. You’ll pay at least $3 or more for a water at the airport gift store, so i just keep a bottle with me. I want to save that money and use it on other things.

As you can see from the picture above that drinking water is good for your body while traveling. It has so many healthy effects to keep you hydrated verses drinking the sugary drinks that make you bloated. Believe me, I love my Mountain Dews, but I try to refrain from drinking them while traveling.

I hope you will try the Water challenge and let me know how you did while on it. I am currently working on it myself. If you have any other tips for drinking water while traveling that you would like to share, please let me know.