What once was will never be
"2020" We may never ever need to say that again. In a few days, we will be starting a new year. I'm so looking forward to it, but I hope I'm not the only one who can say that despite the challenges of 2020, I experienced the most growth both personally and emotionally than I have ever done throughout my 46 years. Let's dive right into it!
Maintaining what works - In the absence of being physically present, you can show and interact with love ones by answering when they need you, using Facetime, and reaching out through cards or texts. I remember when my son and I were doing a walkthrough of a house I was thinking about buying. He and I included my daughter by having her on Facetime. She was able to see what we saw and hear our thoughts about the house in real time. She also asked questions to the realtor. She was in a sense there. Yes, it was different, but it worked.
Promoting Self Love -I've had a lot of time to reflect during 2020. So many things happened that were beyond my control that I had to rediscover what at the end of the day makes me happy. Sitting down to a movie with a glass of wine, studying a different language, reading a book, treating myself to a bubble bath in the middle of the day, enjoying a walk on the beach, or even having a quiet moment of meditation were all ways I showed myself self love. When you try, you can make something beautiful from very little. For example, I began to mix lavender oil and shea butter with cane sugar, honey, and coconut oil to create an all-natural scrub. Along with warm water, my bath tub became an oasis for refreshing my soul and exfoliating my skin.
12/29/2020 04:28:27 pm
This was a year of growth for me, too, Carla. The forced home time (not that much of a stretch for me) opened the door for lots of learning and spiritual growing, and when things loosened up some, I found some new activities I likely wouldn't have otherwise. I was acutely cognizant of not "wishing one's life away" before this year, and I maintained that perspective throughout. That, and knowledge of how much worse things have been in other historical eras, helped me focus on the opportunities rather than the challenges.
12/30/2020 10:08:09 am
Hi My Beautiful Friend, Indeed this year was a challenge for many. I'm so glad that you were able to continue to grow. You are amazing in everything you do and I value you as my friend. Your encouragement and words of wisdom have bought so much joy and understanding to my life. I know you will continue to touch lives the way you do. May you have the Best 2021 ever. Happy New Year, My Friend. ~ Carla
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