As 2022 draws to a close, we might do well to remember that we began this year feeling disconnected, exhausted and even a little deranged.
Somehow, we dragged ourselves out of the COVID quagmire to try and create some normalcy in our lives—whatever normal is now.
For many, this year has been a year of recovery. It may have even revealed to us that life before COVID was quite abnormal already.
By abnormal, I mean, disconnected from our loved ones and our communities, disconnected from Mother Earth and disconnected from our soul’s purpose.
I’ve been spending this year reconnecting with all of these things. What about you? What does your year in review look like?
Mine has included the completion of a year-long Nature Based Leadership Course, teaching The Purpose Project in numerous schools and companies, the publishing of Brave Women Write, volunteering for the Greens to see Gabrielle de Vietri elected as the Member for Richmond, the launch of Love Stories of the Yarra Birrarung and spending lots of precious time with my beloved.
After a couple of very tough years, I am grateful that 2022 has been such a fulfilling year.
I hope your year has been fulfilling too, and if not, I trust that 2023 will be the year for it.
Thank you for following my work. I don’t take your support lightly and I’d love to hear from you.
I wish you and your loved ones a happy, healthy, restorative holiday season that’s filled with awe, wonder and joy.