2020’s New Year celebrations are over. Resolutions have been made (and possibly already discarded). Myriad “best of the decade” lists have been published. But time constantly moves forward and the cycle repeats itself again. Before you know it, it is 2021 and you haven’t accomplished nearly what you thought you would.
What if this year could be different?
With the promise of a fresh new decade ahead of us—it is only natural to take time to both look back to analyze our progress and look forward to map out new plans and imagine the possibilities of where life may lead us during the next year, decade, and beyond.
January’s tradition of reflection and projection is within this month’s name itself. In ancient Roman religion and myth, Janus is the god of beginnings, gates, transitions, time, duality, doorways, passages, and endings.
“Yesterday, you said tomorrow.”
This symbolic turning point offers us the perfect opportunity to stop doing what doesn’t work and explore new ways to help make us happier, healthier, and more purpose-driven.
One annual tradition to let go of is making New Year’s resolutions. How many years have you ...