Have you said goodbye to 2020 yet? It’s not too late.
At the end of every year, like many people, I like to do some introspection and review the year. I ask things like – what was a “yay!” and what was a “room for improvement”, etc. moment. It gives me clarity on how I want to feel moving into a new year and what kind of goals to set to help me feel that way.I was introduced to a new process that I absolutely loved!!! And bonus – it’s FREE! That’s a big “YAY!” It’s called Unravel Your Year by Susannah Conway.
Like many other processes, this has questions for you to answer, prompts you to do some inner reflections and THERE ARE PAGES TO COLOR!!! Yes please!!!! The graphics are charming and the questions really helped me to wrap up 2020, release it, and say goodbye. One of the blessings that came from doing the process was reviewing the GOOD things that happened last year. Let’s be honest, the entire year didn’t suck, although it’s easy to slip into that mindset. Creating that list of the positive things really shifted my energy.
Now, be warned, it’s a big download, so I decided to email it to FedEx to print and pick up. It also took me a long time to do it. But that was my choice, I didn’t want to rush through it. In fact , I just finished the last part last night which inspired me to share with you.
If that’s not really your thing, or it seems overwhelming, I’ll leave you with a few seeds … a few sample questions from it to chew on:
- What did you discover about yourself in 2020?
- What was the best day of 2020?
- What have you been most grateful for?
- What are you looking forward to in 2021?
After you complete all of the fun deep diving, there are 2 pages for each month – a reflection page, that asks things like – “How did you surprise yourself this month?” and then a calendar page that includes areas with prompts like – “Self Care Goal For The Month”, “This Month I Learned …”
I’m very grateful to have found this and am even more grateful that it was free! Susannah also has a newsletter called Love Letters – also very sweet.
Goodbye 2020, thank you for the contrast and showing me what I don’t want, what I was taking for granted, what’s important to me, how to slow down, to enjoy the little things more, to see through the eyes of love, to use my creativity as my superpower, and for showing me how resilient I am.
Know pucker up 2020, bye bye!