Happy New Year 2021

I hope you had a great start to the New Year 2021.

Personally I welcomed the new year from my home due to the special circumstances around us. All restaurants are closed and our plans about celebrations on the last day and night of 2020 were changed. Recommendations here in DK are to keep at a distance to other people and that is what we did…

The good news are that a fresh, new year lies ahead of us – 365 days ready to be lived and experienced day by day in the best possible way.

By the way have you considered what you would like to do and be in 2021?
I think of the next few months as more isolated than the months coming after that. Hopefully in the springtime we can begin to consider new opportunities to see friends, eat out, visit a cafe, go to the cinemas, travel etc…

As I see it, we have learned a lot from the past periode with isolation. It has come to the awareness and attention of many people that they can find values in their homes and close family that they may not have had time to think about earlier on in their (busy) lives.

I am ready to try something new and I look forward to see where that takes me in the new year.

At home we are having a new Kitchen that is almost finished by now. Only a few details are awaiting, such as delivery of two granite countertops for hot pots and pans, and an artistic painting of a wall. I don’t think our kitchen had been a priority in 2020 unless the periode of isolation had occured.

When it comes to travelling I hope we can see more to our friends and begin to visit other countries and destinations again. Our plans in 2020 were all changed and flights etc cancelled from March and the rest of the year. I was lucky to visit London twice in January and February 2020 but the rest of 2020 I stayed in DK.

Also a workshop that I had planned to conduct in Copenhagen by the end of March unfortunately had to be cancelled.

I find the use of digital tools amazing and I like working from my home, but when it comes to relationships to other people I definitely prefer the physical contact.

At the moment I am not sure what will be my next step with regard to imparting knowledge and insights. I guess time will show and inspiration will come… workshops, talks and new releases are possible.

This time of year we all look back on what happened last year and we look forward into a new year with hope and optimism.

My wish is that 2021 may bring joy, light and love to you and your path.

‘Happiness often sneaks through a door you didn’t know you left open’… John Barrymore.

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