“For last year’s words belong to last year’s language And next year’s words await another voice.” – T.S. Eliot
In January I started placement in Praxis.
In February I got a job.
In March I moved to California and started my job.
In April I started taking Zoloft.
In May I turned eighteen.
In June I expanded on my marketing knowledge.
In July I was moved to the SEO team full time.
In August I moved back to Kansas.
In September I was promoted to an SEO specialist.
In October I started writing a book with Heather Drabant.
In November I spent a lot of time with my family.
In December I bought a car.
Despite all of the unfortunate, emotional, and painful things that occurred this year 2020 has been a wonderful year for me. I have grown a lot as a person and I have accomplished more than I would have ever expected.
This year has been challenging for everyone. It has been full of high highs and low lows and has been an unforgeable year. Despite this, It is no longer bringing me joy, so as Marie Kondo says I am going to thank it and let it go. There is a brighter future ahead.