Jennifer Aniston Writes A 'Gratitude List' At The Beginning Of Every Day

The actress spoke about the importance of all-round wellness and self-love

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Jennifer Aniston looks like she has literally eaten the sun.

Such is the eternal glow of the actress and guru.

Her eyes sparkle with a thousand yummy pasta dinners with her husband Justin Theroux and her hair waves with the energy of billions of hours of meditation. Her skin? Well it is infused with a gazillion vigorous and wholesome dog walks, of course.

The 48 year-old Friends star is a vocal advocate for all good things in moderation and loves her life so much that she won't join social media because she doesn't want to miss a second living it.

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Her op-ed about flipping the bird to those who try and pressure women to have children was also incredible.

As People's 2016 World's Most Beautiful Woman, Aniston's advice for living is hot property, with all of us scrambling to know how she looks so bleedin' radiant.

Speaking to the magazine this year though, Aniston explains that self-love and self-care are some of her most important personal beauty regimes.

She explained that she works 'me-time' into a daily ritual of, 'waking up, meditation, working out, walking the dogs', setting her day up right.

On Sundays she usually 'carve[s] out a little afternoon mini spa day for me where I give myself a good scrub and a nice mask. Sunday is usually my day to kind of indulge by putting on some nice music and giving myself some love.'

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Indulging for Aniston also includes making Italian meals with 46 year-old actor and screenwriter Theroux, 'we just give ourselves a day to have a little indulgence, friends come over, we cook fun meals together', as well as pampering themselves with some Netflix.

By the way, her favourite is show is Ozark staring her friend Jason Bateman, 'It's just phenomenal...He's so good.'

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To balance out all those treats, she hits the treadmill at home, explaining, 'I do 45 minutes intervals of just jogging for two minutes, walking for two minutes, jogging for two minutes. Put it up to an incline and you just get 45 minutes of just real cardio.'

She also goes to a gym class which is 'like meditation, physical activity, just shake it all off, like therapy, tick all the boxes.'

Clearly prioritising her mental and physical health, the producer and businesswoman also makes room to be thankful for all of the successes in her life, when asked about what she was grateful for she said, 'Oh God, just my health, my family, I'm just grateful. I try to write down a gratitude list every morning as well, it always gives you a thankful shift. I'm just grateful for all of it.'

Staying grounded as always Jen.

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