2020 has been a difficult year for a lot of us, from dealing with the loss of family members to navigating life during a pandemic (which in itself comes with issues, both mental and physical). No one could have predicted how this year would have unfolded, yet here we are with no other option but to face reality. When will it end is the question that escapes everyones lips, the question that no one has the answer to.
I didn’t expect my blogging hiatus to end on such a doom & gloom note (sorry). I’ve pretty much abandoned this blog for so long, I no longer know how to write. Hopefully this is something I can work on in the near future but for now you’ll have to enjoy the rambling nonsensical workings of my brain.
What I really wanted to say is that we don’t know the direction/journey that life will take us on. If you’re anything like me, there will be resolutions that will remain unmet, but we can’t let that define us. This year has been too mentally taxing for us to then dwell on the things that we can’t change. All we can do is pick ourselves up and try again.
My prayer for everyone reading (and not reading ) this, is that 2021 will be kind to you, I pray that all your dreams, manifestations, prayers come into fruition.
Right, so I’m not entirely sure how but the new year/decade is upon us. It’s like the older we get our concept of time becomes basically non existent because how has the time flown by like that?
For the first time I felt overjoyed to be ringing in the new year, not that 2019 was a bad one ( I actually don’t remember most of it) but I had this strange sensation that the future would be a positive one.
This seems to be the general consensus with conversations surrounding the new year/decade, aside from the impending WWIII, 2020 seems to be off to a good start, so I guess we’ll just have to wait and see how it all pans out.
The big R…
Taking the time out to reflect on the past year and setting resolutions can be pretty daunting (part of the reason I’m actively avoiding doing so haha). However if we have things we want to achieve it’s probably best practise to write them down, mainly as a form of accountability but also just to get an idea of where our head was at, at the time of writing.
With that being said, resolutions aren’t imperative, everyone has their own way of doing things that work for them. So you have to do exactly that & find what works for you.
I’m a very visual person, so I found that something based around imagery would benefit me the most, with that in mind I decided to create a vision board to use as a lock screen, which basically outlines the main things I’m aiming to achieve in 2020.