Perspective

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Jan

Perspective

I know we all want to leave 2020 behind us. It’s not a stretch to say it was a messed up year. I don’t want to be pessimistic when I say that 2021 will be filled with tragedies too. Bad things are bound to happen.

The difference going into this ew year will be our perspective.

In 2020, a lot of us focused on our families more. We spent time connecting with each other, even if it was on Zoom.

I remember back in the spring seeing SO many people out walking. Dogs everywhere rejoiced!

We realized people are more important than things.

Some people started up new hobbies or rekindled old ones.

With all of these amazing experiences and lessons, what are you going to take with you into 2021? How has your perspective changed?

4 Responses

    1. Amanda

      I’m taking a slower, more relaxed, less chaotic way of life into 2021 and I’m very grateful for that.

      2020 was a gross year but if you look, you can find the positives.

  1. Joe McSheffery

    Home WOD
    5 Rds
    10 burpees
    15 pushups
    20 squats
    25 situps
    13 ish minutes. Really tired still from New years Eve WOD

    Rings only managed 10 dips

  2. Joe McSheffery

    Due to no Jan 3rd post
    WOD
    Max rkbs 50# unbroken
    110/120/59. 289 total

    Emom 10 min ring dips
    6/5/4/3/3/3/2/2/3/3 = 34. Pr.

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