This list is a compilation of my thoughts and observations throughout 2020. Please feel free to chime in and share this post with a friend who needs to know they are not alone.
- I don’t need to go to an office. Working from home requires discipline, but once you have it, you’ll increase your productivity.
- Many things I thought I needed in my life aren’t necessary.
- I touch my face way too often.
- Homeschooling and working from home is an educational challenge.
- I don’t need to sit in restaurants. I love dining out, but so many restaurants are providing an equally fulfilling takeout experience.
- I’m obsessed with grocery stores. I’m often seen roaming the aisles stocking up for the apocalypse.
- Check in with your children. Ask them how they’re doing every day. All may seem well, but feelings are happening under those layers of innocence and sweetness. No kids? Check-in with your inner child.
- Don’t believe everything you hear. Do your research and make decisions that work for you and your family.
- I’ve been socially distancing half my life.
- Your home is your sanctuary.
- Slowing down is a good thing. In a stay-at-home way, I’ve never lived more freely.
- People around the world feel the same way I do.
- Most of the epic things I planned to do with my extra time never happened.
- Dance parties suck on Zoom.
- Self-awareness is the gift that keeps on giving.
- Our country needs a spa weekend.
- I could have hand delivered holiday cards and packages faster than the post office.
- Netflix still has mostly crappy shows. Some things never change.
- I have lots of great dress clothes but nowhere to go.
- Positivity is a choice.
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Christopher is a Personal Branding and Productivity Coach empowering real estate agents and small business owners to stand out in the crowded marketplace and increase productivity. He’s grown his personal brand as a real estate broker in NY & ME, Global DJ, and Coach. Everything he teaches revolves around real-world experience, not textbook advice.