Research indicates that expressing thankfulness can increase one’s happiness, reduce stress, and improve sleep. Grateful people invariably have an advantage in overcoming trauma with enhanced resilience, helping them to bounce back from stressful situations. Thankfulness also helps people experience increased positive emotions, appreciate pleasant experiences, and build strong relationships. It is also associated with better physical health and decreased depression, anxiety, difficulties with chronic pain, and risk of disease. Incorporating gratitude into your daily routine can be as simple as maintaining a gratitude journal, writing thank-you notes, or expressing appreciation to loved ones. So, take a moment to reflect on the things you are grateful for today, and let the benefits of thankfulness work their magic!