Many of us are thankful that this year is almost over as it has been super frustrating and challenging. While 2020 hasn’t been the year we were dreaming of, there’s still plenty of time to make it better. Going into 2021, it’s time to shift your mindset and be more positive. Here’s how to add some positivity into your life.
Connect with Family
One of the hardest parts of this year has been missing all of the holidays and family gatherings. Next time you feel lonely, connect with your family via video calls, by picking up the phone, or mailing letters.
The holiday season is all about giving back and this year, it has been harder to do that because we can’t volunteer due to social distancing. There are a lot of volunteer opportunities online like fundraising by sending emails or writing letters, donating to a cause important to you, or offering your talents to a nonprofit organization.
Interact with Coworkers
While working from home seemed nice in the beginning, it has been really isolating. In addition to virtual and video conferencing with your coworkers, you can connect with them on a more personal level through virtual happy hours or phone conversations.
Now is the perfect time to start a new hobby because really, there is nothing better to do. Learn how to crochet, take up an online painting class, or pick up the guitar you bought years ago.