We are already reaching the end of 2020! I feel like this year is over and I am still processing March. And at the same time, I have to admit that a million things have happened simultaneously. It has been a time of pain, reflection, frustration, and growth. There are still experiences, decisions, and emotions that I have not processed, and with which I will eventually have to sit with. And even though many people are considering erasing this year from their lives (I have felt that way at times, I have to confess), the truth is that 2020 has left us with learnings. Some that we did not ask for, some that we do not understand, and others that we appreciate. And as we face the closing of this year, and while we allow ourselves to feel a little hope for the next, I would like to share some questions to help us reflect:
Something that has also helped me this year is to reframe my past goals. When I say reframing, I mean to change the perspective that we give to some things. In this link, you can read a little more about it. I’ll give you an example: One of my goals this year was wellness, and I thought it would look like going to the gym regularly, having a super healthy and stable routine, among other things. And of course, that didn’t happen this year, and I was frustrated. Now, through reframing that goal, I see that my well-being is that I am still alive and well, being able to sleep and surviving a pandemic to the best of my ability.
If this post helped you in any way, made you reflect, or opened space for new questions, I would love to hear from you.