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Silent Time: Time for Gratitude

Sometimes, I think we take a lot of things for granted. We don’t always notice the things that are right there in front of us — or better yet, behind us. You know, there’s a whole day behind you already when you wake up in the morning. If you’re working a job or doing something, you might be thinking that you can’t be grateful for everything because it’s just too overwhelming. But that’s not true — and I’m going to tell you why.

There’s nothing wrong in taking some time for yourself

When was the last time you took a break? Not just a lunch break or a coffee break, but an actual “I’m not doing anything except relaxing” break. If you can’t remember, it’s probably been too long.

Taking breaks is super important for your productivity and general happiness. But most people don’t take enough of them. Many workers live in fear of wasting time at work, checking email and social media obsessively to make sure they’re never seen as slacking off.

Take a few minutes each day to reflect on your good fortune and cultivate positive emotions

How does one work well under pressure?

The good news is that it’s possible to train yourself to think better when you’re under stress. Here are three simple strategies for building the habit of staying cool, calm, and collected:

Be thankful. Take a few minutes each day to reflect on your good fortune and cultivate positive emotions. Studies show that people who do this tend to be less stressed and happier overall.


Breathe wisely. When you’re feeling anxious, your body goes into fight-or-flight mode. As a result, you breathe faster, your muscles tense up, and your heart races. You can counteract these effects by doing breathing exercises. Sit up straight and close your eyes. Breathe slowly in through your nose for five seconds; pause for three seconds; then exhale slowly through pursed lips for five seconds. Repeat until you feel calmer.

There’s nothing wrong with wanting to be alone if you want to

Humans are social creatures, so it can be hard to understand what makes some people want to spend time alone. But if you’re one of those people, there’s nothing wrong with it — and here are 5 reasons why you should embrace your desire for solitude.

  1. You have independence
  2. You’ve got time to think things through
  3. You can appreciate the company of others more when you’re alone
  4. You can accomplish more when you’re alone
  5. There’s no need for small talk!
Gratitude is one of the best feelings you can have, and it can breed so many other good feelings. It’s like a chain reaction — when you’re thankful for something, it makes you want to do more things to make yourself feel better and more grateful.

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