When times get tough, it’s important to try to find the things we can be grateful for. Whether it’s that hot cup of coffee in the morning, our loving family, or the flowers in bloom, remembering the small things we’re grateful for can help us put things in perspective and get through those rougher times. Buy some notebooks at the dollar store and host a gratitude journaling activity in the morning with your residents. You can encourage them to list out what they’re grateful for, provide some prompts to get them thinking or maybe begin the activity with a gratitude meditation. In the darkest times, there’s always something to be grateful for.