Here at the magazine, we’re celebrating our twentieth birthday this September. During that time, I have written over 100 Parting Words articles.
Getting back to normal, right? Whatever normal is. At least back to where we were before COVID-19.
Around the new year, I made a list of things I would like to accomplish or work a little harder on. It's time to check my progress.
I have described the past year as one big Groundhog Day for me. Get up, have breakfast, go to the office, go home, watch TV. Get up the next day and repeat.
Happy New Year! We all have the same wish for 2021: let’s get as close to back to normal as possible. Here are some thoughts.
While fighting through an era of personal, professional, social, and economic turmoil, is this a time we should be giving thanks? Absolutely.
Let’s not give in to the idea that 2020 was a crappy year. Let’s finish 2020 a success, in what whatever ways we define it. We deserve it.
We really have no idea the impact we have on other people. Your actions matter. Thoughtfulness counts, and kindness goes a long way.
These are hard times for many. You cannot control, predict, or be in a position to react to most things. Take a deep breath. It will pass.
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