What are some things you are most thankful for this year?
"Gratitude can be a natural antidepressant. When we take the time to ask what we are grateful for, certain neural circuits are activated. Production of dopamine and serotonin increases, and these neurotransmitters then travel neural pathways to the “bliss” center of the brain — similar to the mechanisms of many antidepressants. Practicing gratitude, therefore, can be a way to naturally create the same effects of medications and create feelings of contentment" (Emily Fletcher).
Challenge: Take some time today and make a list of all the things you're thankful for. Try to maintain this exercise everyday for a whole month.