When you get into bed at the end of the day and start to fall asleep are you thinking about negative things and issues that happened during the day? If you are then I’d like to suggest to do the opposite. From the time when you get into bed to the time when you actually fall asleep it’s very important to choose to think of everything that happened during the day that you’re thankful for. Even if you didn’t have a major somthing happen that day there are still plenty of things to be thankful for. Some example are “I’m thankful that I had safe travel today”, “I’m thankful that I saw my friend today”, “I’m thankful that I got a good news email today”, etc., etc. This technique sounds simple, and it can be after you’re used to doing it, but if you’re someone who’s not used to doing this it may take a few nights to get used to it. When you focus on what you’re thankful for as you’re falling asleep you’re attracting more things to be thankful for and you’ll typically wake up in a good mood. My clients love doing this and find that they are attracting more things to be thankful for! What are you thankful for today?