2021 — Happiness, Health, Hope

The last few years have been pretty shocking. Many things have come to pass that I would not have dreamt were possible, and not in a good way. My hope is that 2020 was a kind of wake up call. That we choose to do things differently. Put the planet first. See the emptiness of nationalism. Take the time to value family, connection and each other.

The signs for optimism are in how people coped with 2020. Another way of life is possible — we’ve proved it. In spades. And in so many different ways.

My wish for the year ahead is for people to have everything in this Venn — happiness, health and hope.

Here’s to a better, brighter year ahead.

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