Here it is, friends, the last day of 2020. And while I know nothing magical happens at midnight to guarantee that 2021 will be better, I’m still not sad to say goodbye to this year. Today, in the interest of embracing good things for 2021, I am sharing 3 things I think you should consider doing as we usher in January.
- Sign up for Yoga with Adriene’s 30 day yoga journey; the theme this year is Breathe. I signed up last year when Juliann blogged about it and I’m so glad I did. I finished the whole month and it started me on a yoga journey for the year that was on then off and then on again in a big way. Adriene is wonderful. She’s kind and welcoming and really sort of adorable. And this program is free. It might just change your life if you give it a chance.
- Choose a word for the year. And sign up to take Ali Edward’s One Little Word class. I’ll be announcing my word tomorrow and I think it’s pretty perfect for how I want to approach 2021. I had a big time with Open last year but I’m ready for a different exploration of myself this year and I think you’ll see my word reflect that. If you haven’t made this decision yet it’s not too late and I highly encourage you to give this a go. It’s always fascinating to see where my words take me and I predict you will feel the same if you try this. Also, Carolyn of Your One Word will be hosting our monthly reflections this year and I’m excited to see where we all go with her!
- Create a 21 in 2021 list. This is something that Gretchen and Elizabeth of the Happier Podcast have done for the last few years. I actually started a list last year and never finished it as I just never felt the push to get it done. A premonition of what was to come in 2020? Perhaps. This year, though, I’m planning a list and I think it will work perfectly not only with my OLW but as a reminder to focus on the things that really matter and the goals I really want to accomplish.
So, three ideas to start 2021 off right. Who is with me?
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