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  • Writer's pictureCamilla Rambaldi

Reflections for the new year

Updated: Sep 17

Happy New Year! I hope you're doing well and that 2022 is off to a beautiful start. I am glad to be back in San Antonio after visiting my family in Rome for Christmas. It was the first time I could embrace my mother in nearly a year and a half. I still can't believe how long we were apart because of the pandemic.

In that space, I reflected on my intentions and goals for the new year. I reflected on my intentions and plans for the new year in that space. As we dive into 2022, it's also okay to put less pressure on ourselves to change our lifestyle or routine. But instead, recommit to our inner world. Creating a solid foundation can also support us in shifting our outer world.

This year, I didn't make any resolutions. Instead, I asked myself several questions centered around self-love. How can I be kinder to myself? How can I be more present in all that I do? What do I need to release? What will that look like for me this year?

As I asked myself these questions, I was reminded that the seed of my growth comes from allowing myself to reflect on how to redirect my energy. Our personal growth has no time limit, and patience can ultimately reward and nurture us through all the shifts we desire.

Remembering to check in with ourselves at any moment is also essential. This could mean stepping outside for fresh air, meditating for 5 minutes, or walking. Making time for yourself, no matter how short of a period, can be a stepping stone toward a deeper connection to ourselves that can ultimately positively guide us.

It's these small but powerful actions of kindness toward ourselves that bring us back to the now - the present moment. In the present, we get to experience the fullness and beauty of life. In the present, we can decide what matters to us and how we want to use our time and energy.

Here are a few reminders for the new year to help support your inner peace:

1. It's okay to say no.

2. Don't compare your journey to someone else's.

3. Social media breaks are healthy.

May you step further into your empowered self in this new year. As always, thank you for being a part of this journey.


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