Gilbert K. Chesterton once said, “The object of a New Year is not that we should have a new year. It is that we should have a new soul." ❤️
We hope that 2021 will bring you and your loved ones renewed joy, peace, and happiness for the soul. May the hardships of 2020 fuel our transformation in 2021 and beyond! 🙌
Remember to stay positive (and test negative!) 🎉
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"Do not wait until the conditions are perfect to begin.
Beginning makes the conditions perfect."
— Alan Cohen
"The world belongs to those who shape it. And however uncertain that world may feel at a given moment, the reassuring reality seems to be that each new generation produces more of what these kids have already achieved: positive impact, in all sizes,"
The pair eloped at Chicago City Hall in October and asked their caterer, Big Delicious Planet, if they could use their nonrefundable $5,000 catering deposit to feed hundreds of people struggling with mental illness.
It was a dark and difficult year, but there was still plenty to celebrate. Don’t believe us? Revisit some of the year’s most uplifting stories.
Do you have any New Year's traditions?
For Jonathan's Filipino side, they open the windows and doors as a gesture to let good luck and prosperity enter the house. Whatever your traditions are, may they ground you in good memories of family and love!
Maybe you plan to ring in 2021 with a new resolve to quit smoking, lose weight, exercise more, not sweat the small stuff. And maybe these resolutions sound familiar — maybe just like the ones you made a year ago!
So how can you ensure that your determination to get healthier in 2021 sticks around past Valentine's Day? By creating new habits.