In the midst of uncertainty, it serves us well to reflect on how gratitude might help to calm us, reduce fears and expectations, and open us to greater clarity and love. Gratitude may not cure or solve our anxiety or concerns but it can foster ease, connection, kindness, and well-being. That’s why it may be more important than ever to focus on gratitude. It’s good for your mental and physical health, it can help you relax and its effects can help you stay grounded through the coronavirus pandemic and beyond. Join E&ES for our “Expressing Gratitude” wellness webinar to learn about the importance and benefits to practicing gratitude.