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2. Gratitude through "habit stacking"

2. Gratitude through "habit stacking"

An easy way to add the power of gratitude to our lives is through what researchers call “habit stacking,” where you attach a new habit to an existing one. So every time you brush your teeth, simply think of three things you’re grateful for.

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