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.
I decided I’m going to focus on traveling. Made a bucket list and am doing them. I started a FB group all about travel for peeps with metastatic breast cancer. 60 of us are headed to Nashville this year!
Transitioning to homeschooling was a major transformation for us that relieved a tremendous amount of anxiety for us and provides a significantly better education for our son.
I made a total health overhaul. Dropped 70 lbs by sticking to a plant-based whole foods / auto-immune paleo thing, and dropped my dependence on caffeine while increasing water. Simple, basic stuff. Makes all the difference.
For me, it was realizing I needed to find a new job.
I had to make a lot of profound changes over this last year, but my two biggest and most important were regarding anti-racism and our democracy. I have always spoke out against racism and embraced all people regardless of skin color. I grew up in a White upper middle class neighborhood and only one Black… Continue reading heather h.
Before COVID was an everyday word I had my gallbladder removed. That was only January of 2020. Up until that point I was trying to get sober and failing. I went to meetings, had a sponsor, and was attempting to work my way through the steps. The night that I went to the hospital I… Continue reading michelle r.