This year felt like both the quickest and slowest moving year at the same time. Despite the trials and tribulations of the past several months, I consider myself lucky. And as I write this last post of the year, and I’m not sad to see 2020 go (no surprise!) I find myself reflecting on the past 12 months.
Looking back at some of my key moments from the past year, I :
✨ Graduated with my second master’s degree. I’m done studying *trust me*.
✨ Moved back to my hometown after 12 years of living abroad. Yeah, it seems like the end of the road, for now, but I will see what the future holds.
✨ Got a new job, which I believe can be the beginning of something beautiful.
✨ The best is yet to come. And I always remember the words of Soren Kierkegaard:
Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards.
Giving yourself time to reflect can make a big difference! The end of one year (and commencement of the next) can be an extremely powerful time. Take a moment to review the things that have both served and limited you. Trust me; you’ll be in a much better position to act consciously and set clear intentions for the future.
Here’s to 12 new chapters!