A lot of us are now so fed up this year that we just want it to vanish – pooofff!!! Correct?
We can totally understand the feeling as we too sail in the same boat.
At the same time, we also believe that we should not forget all the things that 2020 taught us – some by force, some we learnt on our own and through our own experiences.
So, before we bid goodbye to this strange year, some points that we should carry with us to the next year and for the years following that.
1] Fill your life with more and more moments spent with your closed ones.
The best asset of our lives is the people we have in our own little world. Be it our parents, siblings or partners – nothing and absolutely no amount of wealth matches the level of joy and peace that these relationships can provide you with!
Of course chase your dreams and build your dream life –but make sure this bunch of people is in it, closest to you otherwise everything might feel meaningless!
2] Carpe Diem.
One thing we all learnt in this year is that life is so damn unpredictable and it is not healthy for anyone to dwell too much on the future. What we have is today and so we should literally make the most of it. Live each day as it is the best day of your life and try to make it as beautiful as possible.
3] Healthy body and mind should be a priority and not an option.
Suddenly when the pandemic hit the world – the word immunity and fitness became synonymous with every conversation. But my dears, is it only this pandemic which requires us to be fit and healthy? Isn’t immunity and good health a goal otherwise?
If not, then it should be. Better late than never!
4] Let go, be kind.
This world needs more kindness and there is no two ways about it. Humanity needs a revival in its approach. Being considerate and empathetic is the need of the hour.
Just let go of little things and misunderstandings and look at the bigger picture. Trying this will definitely make your life more peaceful. This does not mean that you should not take a stand for what’s wrong but it means that one should choose their battles wisely- not every situation is worth taking up a stand for!
5] Minimalism is the way ahead.
Lockdown during the pandemic taught us what the basic necessities of life are. We have become so obsessed with our possessions that we are blinded by them. What should be truly a part of our life and what is completely unnecessary – we are not capable enough anymore to judge that.
So many options are thrown at us that we tend to collect stuff which we throw off ultimately as it expires, sometimes without even using it once.
It is very important that we control the splurge on things even though we can afford them. As much as we would love to have variety in everything – the world resources are only finite and so it is in the best interest of everyone that we learn this lesson the soonest!
Hope you all could connect with our heartfelt 2020 penned down in a few words! Toodles!