Earlier this week, I posted a question asking if anyone was setting New Year’s resolutions or goals for 2021. I recently had the privilege of recording a column by Sherri Woodbridge about some of her favorite resolutions, and I think she has a lot of wisdom to share on the topic! You can listen to the flash briefing here.
In her column, Sherri talks about choosing a “word of the year” to focus on, such as calmness, gratitude or joy. My word for 2021 is patience. There are many reasons why this a good word for me in 2021 – I need to have more patience with myself and others, for one, and I also need to be patient as the world (hopefully) begins to return to some sense of pre-pandemic normalcy. Even though vaccines are rolling out, we’re not out of the woods yet.
Have you chosen a word? If you have, what is it and what is its significance?
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