Intent of the Day: Settle with Gratitude


Feeling anxious? It’s no surprise. According to Anxiety and Depression Association of America, 40 million adults in the US suffer from anxiety disorders, making it the most common mental illness. The likelihood that you or someone you know is battling with some form of it, especially as the holidays approach, is tremendous. If it is part of your life, perhaps the holidays have become a mixed blessing of happy memories and a struggle to keep your feelings at bay. Knowing that so much can contribute to anxiety, we want to start by developing a practice of combating it with the simple and beautiful act of gratitude.

You too? Here are 3 resources to help:


  • This experiment in gratitude that has the ability to boost your holiday happiness, from SoulPancake.

    A great step in your practice of gratitude is putting it into action and science can prove that the act has something to contribute to your overall happiness. Check out this sweet experiment from SoulPancake to inspire you to redirect your mind from anxiety to the things that bring you the most joy.