2020 and 2021 have been challenging years for many people. Many people experienced grief, anxiety or stress as a result of a global pandemic.
During times like this, we do grieve and have feelings of uncertainty at times. However, on the other hand, these times cause us to rethink who we are? What are our contributions to the world? How can we be more grateful? it is an opportunity to come together with those near and far to value our uniqueness and communities.
This time of year is a great opportunity for us to identify things that have occurred over the past year that we are grateful for. We can examine our gratitude habits. How do we practice gratitude? Do we spend more time focusing on lack and limitations? Essentially, we can identify ways to be more gratitude focused at work and at home.
For those of you in America, I wish you a great holiday season full of love, fun and gratitude.