2020 was cruel, unforeseen and tiring. We were extremely fortunate to have good health in the family, but I’m glad the year is finished. Let’s turn the page and leave that chapter behind.

In 2021, I’m adding writing to my goals list. There is a number of publications and evidence documenting the benefits of writing and how writing creates better individuals, crystalizes ideas and improves results. I’d be a fool if I don’t give it a try.

Anya was not feeling too well today. She stayed home and rested. The kids and I went for a hike with Nana at Durance Lake. It was wet, but refreshing.

Durance Lake hike, January 01, 2021

Here’s to a better and brighter new year.

First week of 2020

Just like that, the first week of the new decade is finished.

I’m going to start a new act with my kids this year called Monday Message. I’ll leave a message to Serena and Griffin every Monday morning for this year and see how that goes. This week’s message was a quote from Dr. Seuss:

“You will never get bored when you try something new. There is really no limit to what you can do.”

I’d also like to be more organized this year and hope to continue throughout the 2020s. I’d like to read more and continue to exercise on a regular basis.

I have high hopes for 2020. I look forward to grow together with my family. I want to do well in my job so that I can lay a good foundation for my career in the new decade.

I think it will be a good year.