Berta ČaikauskaitėTeam Leader of Berta& I Communications expertSome time ago
What a tough year it was! When I revisit my last year‘s resolutions for the upcoming year – they seem so irrelevant. Just like most of us I could not predict that the brightest highlight of the year will be something quite unimaginable to the XXI century person. I hoped for new opportunities, ambitious goals, good clients but not the survival plan. Plain, bald survival plan. Sure the beginning of the new year is always tough, but somehow in the second quarter usually you can breath more easily. But not this time. Not last year. The first wave of pandemia had overwhelmed all of us. It seemed that we were almost drowning, just holding by a thread... Then in the middle of the year we finally got to the shore. We stopped, reflected on the first wave – embraced all the lessons we learned, thanked all the people that helped and hoped for a better day. However, it‘s just like when you survive an earthquake there are aftershocks. And sometimes they are more harsh than the earthquake itself. Now we are experiencing just that. The sad thing is that there may be a lot of them. And after they finally stop we have to recover. We have to pull ourselves together and move on. And we will. So this time my New Year’s resolution was quite simple – to survive, to be able to pull myself together and move on. Without any expectations, just enjoying every single day and being grateful for every single person beside me. Happy New Year! 🎉
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Gabrielė Galkutė|Philologist working in techology field| |interested into spirituality|
Love that!!! Thank you for sharing your expierence! ❤️
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