2020 has begun. A new decade. And yet, it is just a another day. But a brand new one. A day that starts a brand new year. A day that is as significant (or insignificant) as YOU make it.
What makes new year significant for you?
I haven’t made any resolutions this year. I used to make them with great enthusiasm. Now they feel a little passé and that it’s time for a different approach. Perhaps time to get in touch with my innate wisdom for guidance? I just have to work out how to “tap into it” …
Do you like getting out of your comfort zone? Or, do you prefer to stay with your familiar, well known routines? Would you take a leap of faith across a gap in your experience and learning or stay put and consider the chasm as an onlooker? How do you mind the gap?
Nobody seems to want to get old … yet it is inevitable. Time slips by … like sand through the hourglass. Human life expectancy is increasing, so we better get used to getting older for longer and to maintaining our health. A Harvard study gives some useful insights.
Working overseas opens you up to change. You see new ways of doing things. You experience a new culture. You try a new language. For the time we are there, we call it home. That is, until we move to the next one. In this flexible lifestyle, what do we call home?