Gratitude practice has long been celebrated for its profound impact on both physical and mental health. While initially studied in adults, recent research highlights its incredible benefits for children as well. From improved resilience and optimism to better self-esteem and sleep, gratitude also helps reduce stress, aggression, and depression in children.

However, 'all the good things' is more than just a tool for instilling these beneficial habits from a young age. It's a platform for family connection. It provides a precious opportunity to engage with your children, discussing their day, understanding their feelings, and exploring what they look forward to. This time is sacred, fostering deep bonds and understanding within the family.

In a world often consumed by negativity and fear, let's consciously carve out moments to recognise the good, celebrate love, and anticipate the exciting moments that lie ahead.