The Gratitude Lens

Gratitude activities have been shown to increase determination, attention, enthusiasm, optimism, and energy. Studies suggest focusing on gratitude shifts mindset away from toxic emotions and positively affects mental health. Improvements in gratitude can have far-reaching effects, from increased exercise and improved sleep to decreased depression and even reduction in physical ailments. Gratitude seems to have a compounding effect, increasing over time. These are some of the reasons we create products that help to nurture gratitude.

How to Play the Glad Game

The Glad Game came from the book, Pollyanna, by Eleanor H. Porter, first published in 1913. It's a very simple premise in which you challenge yourself to look for and focus on the things you can be glad (thankful) for.