2020 was a year that will be remembered by all of us. It's a year that hasn't turned out exactly how we would want it. It has definitely not met my expectations. I am learning to be grateful in the midst of trials and appreciate what I have rather than longing for what I want (so much easier said than done). And it is that gratefulness that I will take into 2021 as I continue to take care of myself and encourage others to do so as well.
Category: 2020 – The Year of Nourishing Me
Are we there yet??
We are all on a journey this year. 2020 has been filled with so many things we have never faced before. At this point, I find myself thinking out loud, "Are we there yet?" I mean how much longer will life feel so different. And what else will show up to add fear to our already anxious lives? I'm sure like me, you've yelled, "Enough already!" I long for landmarks that would tell me how far we've come and how much longer we have. But a new path has no landmarks. So how do we find strength for this journey?
What a year! In the movie, Babe, Farmer Hoggett often says, "What a pig" in reference to Babe, the pig. He begins saying it in disbelief with a question mark and ends the movie saying it with an exclamation point. 2020 has been a little like that for me. Sometimes I say "What a year?," … Continue reading Halfway there!
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