2020 is almost over. Time to start thinking about our lessons from the past year!
I have learned that I will truly always gravitate towards rewatching a show I've already seen over watching something new if left to my own devices--even when I've been left to those devices for a very long time. I need other people to help me branch out!
When life gets really shaken up I get much better at paying attention to my needs and taking care of myself.
Even during a pandemic when everything is shut down, I will find a way to feel too busy and stressed out about meeting all my obligations.
We truly cannot predict the future, and yet we all have to move forward as if we have some influence over what might happen next.
Sometimes you don't know how unhappy you are until something changes and you feel the joy you've been missing.
The things people care most about come to the surface when the busy life distractions are taken away. (Some go to a protest to try to save lives and others to protect their personal freedom.)
It can be shocking to see how different people in your circle do or don't take things seriously.
The degree to which people don't feel like something is real until it personally impacts them is astounding, as demonstrated by the sheer number of, "this thing is for real" posts after someone they knew got COVID.
What about you? What did you learn about yourself? About your friends? About the world?
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