My 2020 was a huge transformation. I got sober 12/26/19. So I managed the entire year of pandemic sober and having to find myself instead of drowning myself in a bottle of something alcoholic. As of June 2021, it’s been 18 months!
I’m making life changes by growing up and finally taking my life over! No more taking care of family members. I need to get a well paying job to pay off my house and to be able to keep it when my dad passes. And just get things in my life in order that should… Continue reading lindsey t.
I decided to start practicing radical self-care. The pandemic year was rough, and life is short. Time to be nice to ourselves and those around us.
I diversified my ways of earning income. When covid started, 100% of my income came from music and production for live events. I spent the last year and a half changing that!
We made a completely drastic change. We changed religions and moved 825 miles from our hometown. We left 6 adult children and 18 of our 23 grandchildren plus my Mom and my husband’s sister, and packed up and moved. 2020 brought major changes for my husband and me, but they were changes that bettered us.… Continue reading becci k.
I wrote a bunch of songs to make sense of 2020, but there were a couple that I even asked my Crichton Clan to let me know how THEY were feeling about it, so I could write about their experiences. Those were the best songs! I hope you enjoy the songs. There are actually 50… Continue reading lynz crichton
The simple life that’s been carved out for us by the pandemic has been positive. We mostly hang at home in the back yard (which we are so thankful to have), and go on bike rides and beach visits. It’s definitely given us a new outlook on what’s important and how we spend our time.… Continue reading kat s.
I quit drinking to live with less anxiety and be a more present parent! Which led to starting grad school, paying off $42K in debt, and running my fastest marathon ever!
I made a radical change in my life November of 2019 — but the pandemic was perfect timing for me to move to an apartment in Chicago and have all the solitude required to carefully remove all the shards and splinters from my heart.
I’m going to call mine “radical change lite.” I realize that I do not need to add in all of what was making my life hectic, complicated, expensive, or stressful prior to COVID. I’m choosing to be more selective, to embrace more solitude, to say yes to things I truly want or need to do,… Continue reading betsy f.