2020 has been a roller coaster. As the end of the year approaches, many holidays are coming up — yet some people are asking themselves what there is to celebrate.
It depends on where you look, because what you focus on grows.
You could start with the little things. As I always say, it’s important to celebrate everything, not just the big things.
Did you finish a project this year?
Did you get organized — or at least more organized? (Remember: Strive for progress, not perfection.)
Did you get through the election campaign without throwing things at the television?
Did you help somebody out, read a good book, or learn a new recipe?
Those are all WINS worth celebrating.
Then look at the bigger picture. Do you have a roof over your head? (On any given night, millions of people don’t.) Do you consistently have food in the refrigerator? Do you have a job, or the prospect of one? Do you have access to transportation? Are you relatively healthy? If you answered yes...