When you’re grateful, fear disappears and abundance appears.
Be an active listener: Really listen to what others have to say. Be slow to speak, and a careful listener.
Give out compliments: Little words can make a big difference in someone’s life.
Be a support system: Be the person people run to when they need a listening ear or a shoulder to cry on.
Be present in the moment: Especially when you’re with the people you love, put your phone down and actually live in the moment.
Journal your blessings: Take the time to write down all the things you appreciated throughout the day.
Pay it Forward: Pay for the person’s coffee behind you in line.
Give a helping hand: Volunteer to watch your friend’s kid for the afternoon. Know someone moving into a new place? Help them with unpacking their stuff. If you see someone stuck in a rut, help them girl! A little bit of help can go a long way.
Smile: Nothing says gratitude more than a beautiful genuine smile. Smile at loved ones. Smile at strangers (so what if they don’t smile back).
Say Thank You: To everyone. Your mom, your kids, your coworkers, your Uber driver, the cashier at the grocery store. Say thank you.
Go with the flow: Be willing to compromise when things don’t go the way you planned. Instead of throwing a tantrum and getting frustrated, make it work.