Often times, resolutions are difficult to keep. We then feel guilty about not being able to keep them. This cycle of setting goals and then feeling disappointed in ourselves if/when we don't achieve them isn't healthy.
2020 was one of the most challenging years for so many of us. We lost so much, but as I reflected on the past year, the word that kept coming to my mind was "resilient." Humans are remarkable creatures, and our ability to bounce back is a quality I admire.
After some reflection on 2020, I set my sights on 2021. What word did I want to bring with me into the new year? What was my desire for myself in the year ahead? I did some journaling, and I landed on the word "worthy."
What's your word for 2021? Learn more about how to set intentions instead of resolutions for the new year.