2020 The Year of Expansion

“There is no passion to be found playing small – in settling for a life that is less than the one you are capable of living.: – Nelson Mandela

Last year I started on a path of transformation – putting myself first, going out of my comfort zone….living!!! 2019 was the year of Christine – going out of my comfort zone personally and professionally. I tried new things, I went new places – I challenged myself. There were tears and laughter, successes and growth opportunities (I won’t call them failures). I tend to be very hard on myself and I am learning to be OK with who I am, to love me as I am. What a feeling that is – to love myself as I am!

2020 is my year of Expansion! Expanding on the growth and progress I made in 2019. Expanding my comfort zones, expanding my gratitude, expanding my experiences. I am shedding old beliefs and negative self-talk. I am dancing to the music. I am letting go and realizing for all the angst I put into some stuff – it really didn’t matter after all – so why did I waste my time and energy fretting over things that did not matter – things I had no control over. I see situations differently. I see things as something I CAN DO. I will no longer look at things and wonder if I can or mentally tell myself I’m not capable. There is no limit to what I can do! This mental shift to positive thoughts and self-love is freeing and uplifting. It is expanding me and allowing me to find my true self and my fullest potential.

I am excited for 2020! Looking forward to all the opportunities that are yet to present themselves. I can see them as opportunities now – not as a challenge I am not worthy of – and that is an amazing feeling. I am all in! I want to know what I am capable of and live that life – as Nelson Mandela said. 

I challenge each of you to love yourself and find what you are truly capable of.

-Christine

New York 

All Love Letters’ are pristine, posted as they were received.  Please forgive any spelling and grammar issues, since the writing was done in the throes of love, and sometimes love doesn’t care about commas or misplaced letters.

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