Laughter can be caught – it can be increased and it can explode to infect everyone close by…

Laughter is a good kind of infection.

We all could use a bit more laughter in our days, don’t you think?

Think of all the people you love to laugh with…

Write down all the names of people you’ve enjoyed laughing with and maybe give them a call. Reach out to check in with them.

Send a funny meme, or a link to a favorite comedian performing on YouTube and keep the laughter connection with your friends strong.

This is the second of 30 ideas on documenting being thankful. I started this list last year – you can read the original second post HERE. Now there’s a finished document with all the ideas – 30 prompts on being thankful – and at the end of October 2020, I’ll be offering it as a free download here on PositiveThanksLiving – along with some journaling digital tags to use if you’re at all craft-oriented.

Who is your favorite comedian?

Leave a comment with the person’s name. What do you like best about their performances?

Who makes you laugh? Laughter is contagious... Share!  These two comedians tickle my funny bone.
Here are two comedians that make me laugh – I often share via text a link to their funny bits – the first is Michael McIntyre and the second is Graham Norton. Oddly, they’re both British. I guess my sense of humor is skewed toward the British… ?
Do you know either of these two comedians?

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According to that Harvard article, giving thanks and being grateful will make you feel “more positive emotions, relish good experiences, improve … health, deal with adversity, and build strong relationships” — I think that’s a good thing during this time, don’t you?

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And if you think a friend could use a bit of cheering up, maybe forward this article to her or him – you could do this 30 Days of Thankfulness together!