A Holiday Wish
In this year of all years, we are finally approaching the end. The close of the year usually comes with celebrations and gatherings, but now, well, 2020.
It is easy to let this drag one down for there are few of us who will be enjoying the holiday season in exactly the way that we have in the past. In a time when everyone is missing something, other things are being added to that list.
My wish for you, though, is that this situation hands you the power to do something new that you will love. All those traditions that we normally enjoy started somewhere, right? There is always a year one, so instead of making 2020 a footnote or afterthought in the way we do things, why not make it a beginning?
Chances are you still have some extra time (and quite likely a bit more over the holidays) to do with as you wish. So do something that you have been wishing to do. Have a game you have been wanting to play, do it. Have a holiday special you used to love but have not seen in years, watch it. Ever look back on the year and wish you read more, grab a book.
And if through all of this you find yourself wishing you were spending more time with some people, draw them in. Many of these are things that can still be enjoyed together from afar. Embrace that, enjoy it with someone else. Before you know it, you may have started a new tradition that helps you grab some joy in future holiday seasons.
That joy is our wish for you this December no matter what or how you celebrate. It is something that everyone deserves and something we all owe it to ourselves to find.
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