Happy New Year, (first name)!
We hope you had a joyous holiday season and are ready for a fresh start (I know we are). 2020 was a heck of a year. We had to slow down and face all kinds of discomfort. We missed human connection. We missed travel and holiday parties. We also missed the gym, yoga classes, dinners out, and nearly everything else.
Amid all the loss, we also gained something valuable. Many of us reconnected to a simpler version of ourselves and put more effort into reaching out to loved ones. The pause of 2020, though challenging, can be used as a powerful lesson we take into this new year to keep our focus on the things that matter most.
So what do you want to accomplish this year? Rather than resolutions, 2021 can be the year we set intentions. Find our inner compass and set our sights on what we want to achieve and who we want to become. Then, stay focused on that outcome and walk in that direction every day. There will be moments when we stumble and moments when we just need to take a break—which, as we learned last year, is perfectly acceptable.
And so as we move into a new year, we’re working to digest all the experiences that 2020 had in store. As we go, we’re considering what is worth keeping and integrating and what should be eliminated.
On The Blog This Month:
After a record-breaking six months in real estate, we’re sharing some trends and predictions on how the market is expected to perform in 2021. We’ve also included some tips on how buyers can successfully negotiate in a seller’s market and DIY inspiration to bring more peace and productivity to your home this winter.
We hope you’ve had some time to reflect on the past year and are on your way to making 2021 a great one. The best is yet to come!
- Lisa Kirshner