Stop, drop and give thanks.
What Are You Thankful For?
Feeling grateful this Thanksgiving could add years to your life and up the overall quality, reports Time magazine.
Research indicates there’s a potent link between gratitude and health. The feel-good vibes you get after a big turkey dinner has less to do with devouring delicious food and more about giving thanks for all you have.
Being thankful can translate to,
- Heart health
- More sleep
- Increased optimism
- New friends
Between bites of turkey and forkfuls of sweet potatoes, Daily Voice wants to know: What are you most thankful for?
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