My 2021 goal:
My goals this year are to better prioritize and allocate my time. I seem to put work first and have been reflecting on the lack of balance that causes in taking care of myself and those people I love. I also really need to strive to soften my temperament and tone. As an accountant I operate in a very black and white environment and miss out on the peace that can come from seeing, reacting, and expressing all the “colors” in between.
What I am leaving behind in 2020:
I am leaving behind the insane notion that I can please everyone. Rather, I need to concentrate on pleasing those people who matter the most, first and foremost.
What I learned from 2020:
2020 taught me that life and what happens in the world is not predictable or controllable. I was really frustrated with the COVID-19 shutdown and felt that it was not fair that I had to follow “other people’s” rules. Here we are now 10 months into it, and I have not lost any loved ones to the disease, I am healthy, and I am grateful to be able to work and provide for my family.
My go-to wellness routine:
Clearly I have lacked a wellness routine and have succumbed to the COVID-19 10. I would like to make a commitment to getting outdoors and appreciating living in California. I use to live close to an amazing lake with walking and hiking trails. That lake was my zen place. I need to find a new zen place close by.
My go-to use case for PowerDot:
Working on a laptop at my kitchen table has caused some persistent shoulder tension. Using my PowerDot for muscle stimulation really helps to relieve my aches.