Look around you and see if you can find anything in this environment that you can be grateful for. Put that gratitude in words and express it to someone. Maybe it’s about them, or maybe it’s something positive in your environment.

A favorite phrase is “What you focus on is what you get.” We believe thoughts can influence reality.

We all have things we could complain about, but to be a source of gratitude is a healthy thing to do for your brain. Gratitude puts you into the part of the brain where you release neurochemicals that make your healthier.

When you are healthier, your immune system is a better defense against the virus, and that’s what we’re all looking for – a good tomorrow.

Thank you, and we wish you health and well-being.