Ahhh 2020 — what a year! If you’re like most people, 2020 has not gone quite as you expected it, way back in January. Tens of millions of people (or more) have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, either physically, emotionally, or financially. And while there have been various programs offered both by federal, state, and local governments and private companies, there’s no doubt that many people’s finances have taken a hit this year.
Still, with 2020 coming to an end (finally!), it’s time to take a look back and count your blessings. Here are a few reasons that, no matter how 2020 has gone for you, you should consider showing gratitude for some of your financial blessings in 2020.
#1 Being grateful can improve your relationships with others
Have you ever been around someone who seemed like they were always in a good mood? Whenever I have been around a person like that, I have found that their cheerful attitude rubbed off on me. Similarly, being around a person who is projecting a negative attitude can lower your own happiness.
Being grateful and positive for the things in your life can also improve your relationships with your friends, family, and others around you. If there’s someone who has helped