2020 was a year of solitude, Zoom meetings, social media and a hyper-focus on hygiene. By now, you may have become accustomed to frustration, uncertainty, and isolation. However, these are only the noticeable evils that have removed fun and excitement from your life; more insidious elements may be harder to manage as they slowly deplete your spirit.
Even if you didn’t achieve most of the goals you set for 2020, acknowledge the good that happened. You survived what may be one of the hardest years of your life; give yourself some credit for it.
Make a ritual of writing about all the positive or challenging things you did this year. And if you feel like it, add some self-care to the process; take a long relaxing bath or invest in an activity you like doing.
Make new traditions
Creating new traditions is the best way to keep your energy up amidst the current health crisis. You may not be able to meet your family or friends for their birthday dinners, but you can celebrate, say, over video call.
Come up with a signature dish with your family or roommates and try to make the most of the time you’re spending at home.
Work with a life coach
Even if things didn’t change much on 1st January’21, you still have a lot to look forward to. I can help you identify your strengths and redirect your energy so you can achieve personal and professional goals more efficiently. If you’re looking for personality development coaching, drop me a word. Someone from my team will get back ASAP. Happy New Year!