2020: A Year of Transition & Transformation
Updated: Dec 24, 2020
Hello beautiful humans. It's been a while since I've written on here but been feeling the need to get back into it recently. I'm taking that as a sign from spirit to share my writing and thoughts more with others so anticipate some more stories from me on my life, art and poetry, 2020 has been one heck of a year to say the least. So much within the outer/external world has happened and definitely feeling like it's in a state of transition. Covid-19 and it's impact was one of the most unforeseen obstacles and although it has been extremely tough, it brought me a lot of good.
At the beginning of the year, I was really manifesting down time and rest. My mental health was getting the best of me and I felt intensely that I needed a break. Then quarantine happened and I got my break but way longer than what I was anticipating. I guess it's true when they say that if you aren't specific with your request and intentions, you'll get what you ask for, even if it's general lol. My time in quarantine was overall good. It forced me to get closer to my mental and physical health and come to the realization that I had more work to do and needed extra support.
It's been a lot of developing and sticking to morning and and night rituals, intuitive eating, art therapy, quality time with my fiance and new dog Hendrix, self care, and going back to therapy. Although I do miss freely being able to go out into the world without fear, I'm very grateful for the time in solitude with my little family because it's been a great time of growth and transformation for me. Moving into 2021 feels uncertain, as far as the state of the outer/external world is concerned, but hopeful and magical for my inner world. Next year I'm getting married to a my life partner and soul that matches my own. Words can;t describe how ready I am for that moment and new life transition for us both.
One amazing blessing that came from this year was adopting a dog with my fiance. Hendrix is one of the best things to happen to us and it was perfect timing that we got him before the world went into quarantine. He wasn't intended to be an emotional support animal or anything of that nature but he definitely ended up being that for us in may ways.
Truly wishing all of you the best finishing out the holiday season and 2020 as a whole. Sending you blessing and lots of light. Be well.