Let’s take a moment to reflect. We’ve been through a lot this year. We thought 2020 was the year of vision and clarity, however, it quickly became the year of challenges. Some began working from home, others began virtual school, and many had to make changes to their daily lifestyle that was never anticipated.
Despite all the struggles and tribulations, we continued to move forward. We adjusted to create home offices and classrooms, we converted our garages into gyms; we were nonetheless creative in making life feel “normal” again. We succeeded, but at the cost of burnout.
Take a deep breath... 2020 is over!! We have learned to adjust to the chaos. We may feel more resilient and better equipped for what 2021 has in store. We may also feel ready for what’s to come. But before we get ahead of ourselves, let’s reflect once more.
In all the chaos, did we neglect our physical and mental health? Have we recently engaged in self-care? Have we become more resilient or better at hiding our emotions, thoughts, and feelings?
Now’s the time to get back to self-care principles. Let 2021 be the year of recovery. Take a moment to set your mental health resolutions. These may include: exploring therapy options, getting assessed by a mental health clinician and/or physician, taking scheduled breaks throughout your day, meditating, journaling, or exercising.
When you take control of your mind and the way you allow yourself to think, you are able to process the world freely and bring wholeness to your life.
Let Vitalize help you set and conquer your New Year's Resolutions. Call or email today to set up an appointment!