January 08, 2021
What a year. Nearly everyone can probably relate, and we were all impacted in some way. One day we might look back and think of ourselves as survivors. Overcoming challenges also means we learned to pivot, and how to cope. A new year is the perfect time to summarize 2020, and gather up all of the wisdom, before moving forward. Among the many things I learned, these were the most meaningful:
2020 was not all bad if I’m being honest. I’m not the only one who searched for the silver lining, or questioned, why is this happening, or what is the purpose of so much suffering? In the moments of quiet and calm I found those silver linings:
What came out of this time of introspection for me, was firmly committing to something I’ve been dreaming of for a while. In 2021, you’ll see my work grow in a new direction. I’ll be working more with gold and gemstones, in a way I’ve been training to do for a few years. I’ll also be designing and making several mini collections throughout the year. I can’t wait to share all of this with you. I’m looking forward to seeing people in person again, and also restarting classes and teaching.
So farewell 2020. I’m not sorry to see you go, but you made all of us survivors just a bit stronger and more hopeful for what lies ahead.
Dreaming of a new year filled with meaning and maybe a little sparkle? Let’s design a custom piece together. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org to chat.
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