We often times go through life taking a lot of things for granted and become consumed with counting our troubles rather our blessings.  I too have been guilty, at times, of losing focus on all that I truly have to be thankful for. Our thoughts define who we are and where we’ll go in life so choosing to remain positive even in not the best of times will give us a better quality of life both physically and mentally.

Lower Depression Rate

Allowing ourselves to be consumed with sadness and worrying is what leads to depression.  Making a conscious decision to find joy in all situations and having a thankful heart will provide a clearer way of thinking which in turn creates a stronger mind.

Positive Thoughts Brings Positive Outcomes

We become what we think and I’m a firm believer that what you put out into the universe is what you receive.  Speak greatness into existence and claim all things positive. Once you learn to let go of all of the negative thoughts you will see a change for the better in your day to day situations. 

Healthier Relationships

Choosing a positive attitude attracts positive people allowing you to be a part of much more meaningful and lasting friendships which creates an excellent community of relationships.  Remember…we are who and what we attract so keep your circle small and filled with people fueled by succeeding and growing in life as this too will make a huge difference.

Better Health 

Researchers believe that people that choose to remain positive improves a spectrum of conditions such as heart disease, stroke, possible brain tumors and a stronger immune system.  This will lower levels of distress, and will allow you to have greater resistance to even a common cold all in which could contribute to an increased life span.

It’s been said that “our thoughts becomes things so we should choose the good ones”..  Motivate yourself by seeing how beautiful life can be and choosing to fuel each day with positive thinking and notice how much better things become.  

“Look for something positive in each day, even if some days you have to look a little harder.”