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It’s hard to believe that in a few days it will be 2020. It seems like such a futuristic date, but here we are lol. I am not sure about you, but 2019 was nothing I had envisioned it to be at the end of 2018. I have found myself recently thinking about all of the resolutions I had planned for 2019 and how it seems that pretty much everything BUT those resolutions happened this year. Ugh…ever have those kinda days…weeks…or years??
It is frustrating to feel as though we have not really accomplished the things that we had intended. As a chronic illness warrior, I am sure many of you may be able to relate to that. I feel a lack of control and devastation that I can not do everything that my mind wants to do! I have so many goals and hopes and dreams and the list goes on…
And here we are at the end of another year. I felt the urge to make some resolutions for 2020, but then I decided against it.
Instead, I’m making 20 inspirational days for 2020. I am going to spend the first 20 days of the year journaling inspiration. I am going to have 20 quotes and/or words as the topic for each day and I will journal how they fit into my crazy lupus life.
I will be updating my blog each day with my posts. I feel instead of coming up with resolutions of things I need or want to change, why not inspire my mind instead? I will update this post each day, so feel free to bookmark this page so you can find it easily each day. Or better yet, why not join this Lupus Lyfe Inspo Challenge with me?
If I am able to keep myself mentally inspired to live the best life I can in 2020, I feel like I will be better equipped to deal with anything that comes my way in the New Year. I am hoping to gain some self-reflection and self-correction on this journey.
When you struggle mentally and physically, it can definitely take a toll on your whole self. I think it’s important to not always focus on the negative, the things we didn’t accomplish, or what we could do better. I believe that when we focus on the things we are doing in this moment, the goals we accomplish each day, and the good that surrounds us we can move mountains within ourselves.
Here’s to a great year lupus warriors!