At Newbold, we believe in the power of Monday motivation.
We’ve made it to the last episode of series 1 of The Roundup, thank you so much for tuning in every Monday to get your fix of weekly inspiration. This was designed with you in mind.
We’re all well aware of what 2020 has introduced – not only a pandemic we’ll never forget, but lifestyle challenges, extraordinary impacts on our personal, working and circumstantial lives, terms forever etched in our memory like quarantine, lockdown, social distancing and the rest. We have seen, heard and felt sorrow like never before and it can be difficult to spot the good.
But as this is the season of goodwill, and the last episode of the year, we’re putting all of this to one side for just a moment, and trying to look at things another way…
End of year tip 1: Remember the bad things that have shaped you this year.
We all have the ability to see things in a different perspective. Whether it's writing them down, simply contemplating to yourself, or talking them through with others, consider the key things that have contributed to shaping your present, and quite possibly your future. 2020 reflection will never be the same again.
End of the year tip 2: Cherish all the good things that happened this year.
It is easy to look back on the dark moments of 2020, but pausing to think about the blessings that you have received, the moments you've smiled, the things you have accomplished is just as significant. Allow gratitude to fill your heart, and 2020 could look slightly different.
This Advent Season
May your days be merry and bright, filled with love and joyous moments. See you in 2021 with The Roundup: Season 2.