Honestly, if 2020 had a signature scent it would smell like desperation and hand sanitizer. 2020 has become a whirlwind of a year; a global pandemic, tragic celebrity deaths, racial and social injustices, a presidential election, wildfires, and so much more have plagued the media. But even in this trying year, we have so many things to be thankful for.
Though 2020 has forced many of us to take a deeper look at society and the people around us, it also brought about so much unity. No matter what “controversial” side you stand on, you must admit that you stood on that side with people you might have never interacted with before.
It’s years like this that foster a sense of community, unity, and self-reflection that is so necessary in order for us all to move to the next level of life.
Cambridge Dictionary describes THANKFULNESS as the feeling of being happy or grateful because of something.
So as you celebrate this holiday season and you outline all the things that have gone wrong this year, remember to read between the lines, and celebrate all that is good.
Take this time to reflect on your past successes, your hope for the future, and ultimately making it another day in the global pandemic. And if you still are finding it hard to pinpoint some things to be thankful for, then take a look at some of these articles for inspiration: