Happiness is something humans endlessly seek within their lives. Whether it is the rush of buying something new or the release of dopamine with incoming mail, we all seek instant gratification at one point or another to help us feel good.
Self-compassion is a term which carries a lot of weight in the world we live in today. It is about being loving and kind to yourself, always, even when you don’t think you deserve it. Especially on days when you feel disappointed, ashamed or weak. And allowing yourself to feel proud, joyful and strong is a form of self-compassion, too.
You choose what you want to remember by the objects you decide to keep. We spend our lives buying, collecting, stacking, organizing and tossing various objects we’ve accumulated. But how do you decide what to keep? And what is really worth keeping?
The past year was filled with milestones. Learning to get comfortable with discomfort. Accepting what is and learning how to let go and surrender. It was a year of progress, prosperity, commitment, and pure joy. It was a journey through deep thinking and reflection, and even more a year of personal growth and deep dives.