Some people are looking at the past year and wondering how it all happened/how we got to this new one already. Considering that time felt like it was barely passing and flying by at the same time, I can’t say I have answers for either of those wonders, but I do have a few ways to curb expectations this year.
Welcome to 2020, another year and another day to be thankful for every person who has followed me this far. And I’m starting it off doing something I’ve never done before.
Well, it’s almost the end of another calendar year and time just keeps trudging on to the end of 2019. To kick off this year, I remember calling cancel culture on new year’s resolutions—after all, sometimes they’re great and other times, they’re merely excuses for things we’re going to. Even when we usually don’t. Photo…Read more Another Year, Another Journey
That’s the thing about resolutions, sometimes we make ones we know are impossible for us to meet, if we can make it happen anyway. There’s got to be a better way to do this. And well, there is.
Listen to this: there is no way you spent the last 361 days doing nothing productive; you’ve laughed, cried, made friends, maybe lost others... And you’ve survived. We both have. Because amidst surviving, I learned a few things along the way.
Welcome to 2018, a new year and a fresh chance to accidentally write the wrong year on all your dates for a while. But maybe this year we can get the hang of it a little faster. New year, new us right? Except not really. Every year, I seem to share this sentiment more than…Read more A Resolution for Something Better