2020. How did that happen?
I remember when we went from 1999 to 2000. Y2K was the big thing, and everyone thought the computers were going to have their own version of an anxiety attack and not handle the 00 year.
Luckily we survived that whole ordeal unscathed, and here we are. 20 years later
I have been reflecting a lot on the last decade, as we move in to a new one. And let's just say, it was a big one for me.
Granted, it was essentially my 20's, so I managed to graduate twice, with 3 degrees, work at 5 different jobs, move to a new country and back, and start an amazing relationship.
But if there is one thing I know, is that we are never done growing.
My hope for this new year, and new decade, is to truly come into my own.
Grow my practice, both in office and online (this blog included)
Focus on my health (I've been diagnosed with both PCOS and endometriosis, more on that in the future)
Continue to make my family and relationships a priority, because without them, the rest doesn't matter.
I won't lie and say I'm not falling into the new year mentality. I've always loved the turning of the calendar. I like the fresh start feeling, and especially since I don't have a September start anymore, the January one is even more important to me.
I hope you all had a magical Christmas and wonderful New Year. Here's to a new decade!