Gratitude. It’s the one word we’re all focusing on over the next few days. Well, that and turkey. And maybe football. But I digress. And we all know that practicing delayed gratification can have all sorts of benefits to your waistline, bottom line, worry lines, etc. But, as demonstrated in a recent Harvard study that Eden Butler found, focusing on genuine feelings of gratitude can actually quantitatively help your ability to delay gratification. Feeling grateful for what you already have can actually help you save more? Now that’s something to be thankful for.