2020 caught us all by surprise.
I doubt that trials and tribulations or blessings and bounty follow calendar years, but being prepared and proactive can give us the steadiness to walk through 2021 (come what may).
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I recently came across an intriguing post by @SleekJamaica on Instagram with a simple objective for the New Year. It read like this:
“This January , start the year with an empty jar. Each week, add a note with a good thing that happened. On New Year’s Eve [December 31 2021], empty the jar and read about the amazing year you had.”
“Count your blessings” is often a difficult thing to do, especially when life is hard, has been hard for a while, and may be getting harder. The point is, it’s easy to remember the bad things that happen in life. They come readily to mind. It’s the good things that often take more effort to discern, and that makes them even more precious to remember.
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Guard your good memories - treasure them.
So let's get on to the challenge!
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