December 29, 30, 31.
Are these days any different from the rest? I believe so.
For many people, it is a time for many things: self-reflection (without consciously doing so), recreation, preparing a list of New Year’s resolutions or the more practical tasks such as cleaning up your bodega and disposing of unnecessary stuff in your closet or in your house.
Or if you have a personal business, it may be the time to make an inventory, crossing out items in your checklist, listing some reminders, and taking stock of the year that has been.
Whatever it is that you do, pat yourself on the back for making it through 2021. The year has been challenging and fraught with anxiety and issues that affected our physical, mental and emotional health. Congratulate yourselves for surviving 2021.
May 2022 be a kinder year than the year that was, for all of us. May you find time to spend with people dear to your heart. May you find time to be at peace with yourself and do the things that nourish your body and soul.