In November, we often reflect and give thanks or take the time to think about what we are grateful for. For some of us, it is a year-round process. At our house, we talk about the best part of our day and the worst part of our day each night at dinner. We reflect on what we are grateful for. Other people start grateful jars and write something down each day, starting on the first of the year, then review them at the end of the year. No matter what your motivation, or what time of the year you do it, practicing gratitude has a wealth of positive effects on your health, relationships, personality, emotions, and career.