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During the holiday season, it's easy to lose track of what really matters. Instead of letting Thanksgiving sneak up on you, set an intention to claim the entire month of November to give thanks.

After all, incorporating daily acts of gratitude has been proven to benefit overall mental health and happiness. And, who knows, after 30 days, maybe some of these practices will stick with you through the months and years to come.

Worried about getting started too late? It's never the wrong day to begin a daily gratitude challenge-- you can always double down and complete multiple tasks a day or continue into the months ahead.

Or, if you're anything like me and lose focus easily, write down each of the tasks on slips of paper and throw them in a jar somewhere visible in your home. That way, you can pull out a daily challenge and start and stop as you please! Even if you don't finish until 2018, you're still winning by changing your mindset and making a positive impact on those around you.