Did you know, research shows that cultivating an “attitude of gratitude” has long-ranging positive health outcomes for adults and kids alike? A gratitude practice can: improve sleep, boost our mood, strengthen our immune system, and support productivity. There are many ways to infuse gratitude into your life such as sending a “thank you” or “thinking of you” card, or writing down what you are thankful for each day in a journal. Take the opportunity this holiday season to pause and reflect on these two questions: What is something for which you are grateful? How do you show you are grateful?