This year has certainly thrown most of us for a loop. I’m sure no one imagined we would be in the situation we still find ourselves in when this pandemic first started. The question this month was probably on your heart earlier in the year when we all started getting stuck at home, or lost a job, or had loved ones get sick with Covid-19.

Sometimes, however, when we start down a path, it can be hard to keep going if things don’t feel like they are changing. Even if you have your answers to this question, it is an important question to come back to. Not because your answers might have changed (which is perfectly okay if they do), but to remind yourself to keep going.

When I continually focus my heart and my mind on the areas of life that are most meaningful to me, it helps me:

  1. Put my priorities in order
  2. Reshape my perspective in a positive and constructive way
  3. Persevere when things are difficult or feel stagnant

Thanksgiving is just around the corner and the end of 2020 is in sight. While this is a time we often reflect on what we are thankful for, try taking it even further and refocus on what is most meaningful to you.

Keep what is most meaningful to you at the forefront of your mind. It will help you engage each day in a more productive manner.

So, what is meaningful to you?