It has been a year since our world and life as we knew it was changed. While hope is slowly being instilled for our future, acknowledging that we may still be dealing with the effects from this past year is important.
With the turn of a new year, and as many people think about what they can be doing differently or perhaps even maintaining. I would like to encourage you to think about what you are doing to love and care for yourself.
A common theme I have heard over the past few weeks, is clients wanting to explore new activities and continue to grow themselves. But what I hear next is often some doubt or confusion of “not knowing where to start” or “being afraid of wasting time and possibly not like the new activity/hobby.” I want to share some things I have shared with some of my clients, in the case you are finding yourself on this similar journey.
With the turn of the New Year, many people make a goal of clean eating and living a healthy lifestyle! While this is huge in making positive changes as an individual, it also holds value in your relationships!
The year is quickly winding down to the end and it’s a great time to begin to reflect on what you have accomplished, what you have learned, what you are planning to take with you into the New Year and what you are planning to leave behind. But why should you reflect? Is it helpful?
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