Friends, friends, friends....we made it!!!
I can't believe it's the end of the damn year! But it's here. I swear, it feels like yesterday we were ringing in 2020 and positioning ourselves to start this new decade with a BANG.
But hey, life had other plans for us, and HERE WE ARE.
I typically like to use the last days of the year to look at how my year was and what I plan to prioritize in the upcoming year.
Friends, there was a lot this year. To be candid -- once COVID and quarantine hit, I got hit with a bad case of depression, and the death of my friend/mentor rocked me more on top of that.
This year, it was about humility. And giving myself the grace to be depressed and not giving myself guilt over it. And man, it was hard, but I got there.
In this episode, I want to talk about some of the nuggets that I landed on to usher me into 2021. Lacey and Nik from the Sober Company podcast also joined me to chop it up about 2020 too. I like to consider it a conversational inventory, which I encourage you to either do on your own OR gather some friends and dive deep into what this year really meant to you.
- The clusterfu*k of 2020 overall
- What we learned about our recovery
- What we learned about ourselves
- What we accepted about ourselves
- Diversity + Inclusion in the sober community
- Our plans for our podcasts!
I hope you enjoy this episode. It's more conversational in most, but I wanted it to be a lil' loose as we head into the unknown of 2021.
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