Let us celebrate National Home Health Month, the ability to care for people in their own homes, and all the other good things that have come out of 2020. And let the Holiday Season begin! As we celebrate Thanksgiving amidst a difficult year, let us take the time to honor the loss, but also remember all the good things that have come out of the struggle.
New appreciation for our health, our jobs, and our families are just the beginning. New hobbies (blogging and hiking for me!!), new habits, and increased purpose in how we spend the time we have are priceless. The saying goes “Treat your body like it belongs to someone you love”(author unknown). Let us continue to care for others, but also take some time for self care through the holiday season!
There has been much disappointment throughout 2020, but it has caused me to sharpen my focus and it has forced me (and my family) to develop perseverance.
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