Running a small business this past year was completely new territory for me. And I know I'm not the only one! Whew - so glad it's almost over!
Having “live” interaction taken away, my primary focus pivoted to nurturing and expanding my creativity. I was fortunate to be able to spend a lot of time painting - doing the thing I love to do.
Creativity is so important to all of us, no matter how we apply it to our lives. My desire is that my art inspires you to be creative with what you love to do. Staying in touch with friends and family remotely was okay at first. Now I just want to be present with them. As I found out by spending so much time with my husband, relationships are so precious. I don't ever want to take mine for granted!
Because of the unfamiliar challenges, I also found it was the perfect time for reflection and gratitude for all that I’ve been blessed with!
So that's my story of surviving 2020.
I hope that this coming year will be a wonderful one for you, as we all carefully emerge back into society; seeing what continues with only a bump in the road and what will be forever changed.