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What I’m Taking With Me And What I’m Leaving Behind For 2021

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What I’m Taking With Me And What I’m Leaving Behind For 2021



As this year draws to a close, you may finally get a chance to reflect on what a wild ride it has been. While we can’t move forward without looking back, it’s important for us to remember that this year wasn’t all bad. In many ways, there were silver linings and powerful lessons worth carrying forth. As you prepare to leave 2020 behind, here are a few gentle reminders to carry with you.

What I’m leaving behind: Staying stuck and settling

What I’m taking with me: Leaning into change, instead of avoiding it. Let’s be honest, “normal” wasn’t working for any of us. It’s time to try a new approach. Invite courage into your life by taking productive steps to move forward intentionally. Be open to change even when it’s uncomfortable. Commit to learning, growing, and expanding. As long as you are alive, you are capable of change. So, trust your evolution and give yourself grace throughout the process. That’s the way we turn conversation into action.

What I’m leaving behind: Blurry boundaries

What I’m taking with me: Communicating with impact. Be clear and direct about what you will and will not stand for. Don’t shrink or settle for the comfort of others. Remember: When purpose meets passion, you’re unstoppable.

What I’m leaving behind: Comparison

What I’m taking with me: Looking inward. Oscar Wilde said it best: “Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.” You don’t have to become someone other than who you are in order to be successful. You are enough as you are.

What I’m leaving behind: Self-doubt

What I’m taking with me: A no-regrets policy. Don’t let the fear of failure stop you from showing up and trying something new or different. Instead of waiting until “tomorrow” to do what you say you’re going to do, be present and keep the promises you make to yourself and others.

What I’m leaving behind: Being impatient with healing

What I’m taking with me: Showing compassion for ourselves. We’re all a work in progress — and we’re doing the best we can right now. Continue making space for rest and self-forgiveness. Remember that, even when you’re in pain, you are whole — not broken, but healing. It takes time.

What I’m leaving behind: Looking for external validation, the fear of not being enough, worrying about return on investment instead of return on impact

What I’m taking with me: You are your biggest champion. Validation starts with you. Celebrate how far you’ve come. Start thinking of “self-care” in terms of “self-investment.” It doesn’t have to cost a thing! You can maximize your ROI (return on impact) by making a 2021 to-be list. Instead of focusing on crossing off items on your to-do list, ask yourself who you want to be and why so you can figure out which steps you can take today to reach your goals tomorrow. Progress over perfection!

What I’m leaving behind: Thinking of self-care as an indulgence

What I’m taking with me: Thinking of self-care as a necessity, for all of us. This is not only a way to take care of ourselves, it is also what we do to serve others. It’s time to start thinking of self-care and community care as one in the same. Because, how we choose to care for ourselves has an impact on our collective health. Put simply: There’s no self-care without community care. Let’s listen first. Then, offer support to one another — and be open to receiving that support when we’re in need. If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s that there’s more power in the pack than any of us could imagine. Surround yourself with people who have your back, and make sure you have theirs.

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