Christmas, where to begin?
This year has by far been the most challenging year of my life in pretty much all aspects. I have like many other people, lost loved ones to old age and sickness, experienced heartache, worked a tad too much during periods of time and somewhat lost track of what matters to me along the way.
I have spent too much time thinking – and not so much time feeling. Swings and roundabouts I guess. But feeling and trusting my gut-instinct rather than (over)thinking is my mission for 2020.
So how was this years Christmas you ask? 39 degrees fever, unable to eat anything – let alone speak to anyone or realise that it was Christmas. I guess NYE will have to be my moment to shine, even though I have never really been a fan of the celebration past years. But this is also something I have learned this year and has made me shift my view of NYE : Grab each moment worth celebrating and go all in, because life is too short.
One thing I have appreciated this Christmas is the amount of movies I have actually watched and the amount of sleep I have gotten. Those who know me are aware of the stupidly early mornings I normally amuse myself and however is sleeping next to me with. 6.30 on weekends are not totally unknown to me, but these last days I have been falling asleep before 22.00 and waking up as late as 10am.
If that is not a sign of the year I’ve had , I don’t know what is.
On the topic of sleep – for those of you who understand Swedish : check this post out on Learning to Sleep and thank me later.
All I know right now is that I have begun to feel healthy again and someone did tell me that you never live life the way you do after a few days with the flu.
So that is what I plan to do today, live and do things which brings me joy and all the *zen*.