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DAY 19: Xmas Reflections

Christmas Day has come and almost gone, but one thing is for certain, it has not been without reflection. Christmas is one week before the end of the year, and this Christmas was particularly quiet, so reflective thoughts naturally entered my brain. As I did an inventory of my life’s goals, and I considered where I’m at now, it dawned on me that I forgot just how much I am in control of my own experience.

When we don’t have a moment to sit back and pause, we often glaze over certain aspects of our lives because to a certain extent, we are just going with the motions. But, when we have a moment to take a step back, that is when you can really see all of your blessings and notice where in your life you wold like to work on.

As I reflected on this past year I noticed that I was mostly proud of how I handled the pandemic thus far. I am proud of how I have placed my health, both mental and physical, as a priority. And, I am proud that I am actively making positive changes in my daily life.

This Christmas I told myself, take the time to do whatever it is you want to do guilt-free, and I have. Now that the day is over, I have been surprised by some of the reflections I have had but also welcoming of them as well. I have thought about where I have been, where I am and where I am going. The train might be on the track, but in this journey I can always change the destination.

Merry Christmas all!!



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