Bidding farewell to 2020 the healthy way!

▴ Bidding farewell to 2020 the healthy way!
The year 2020 would go down in history as the year which shook the whole world! But the million-dollar question is: Is it possible to look back on the year 2020 and not find any positives?

     We are on the last day of the year 2020 and all the situations that have occurred this year, it has made us want to just step up onto the next level that is 2021 faster than we normally did in the past years.


The year 2020 would go down in history as the year which shook the whole world!  But the million-dollar question is: Is it possible to look back on the year 2020 and not find any positives?


The vast majority concur on this: 2020 was a year of steady, moving, and frequently overwhelming difficulties such as:


Our lives placed on hold Many lost positions and jobs Many individuals and families were left stranded without food and shelter Youngsters needed to school from home Guardians and parents juggled office work and housework from the same space A significant number of us put on weight A large number of us lost a friend or family member Weddings were delayed Gatherings were dropped Festivals were celebrated without families and friends We were spectators as political battles boiled over


Thus, thinking back on this year and evaluating things may appear to be ineffective.


Yet, we should be thankful for:


Being healthy and alive Having food on the table and a roof over our heads Having a family who cares even though available only virtually Having our kids sound, healthy, and fed in spite of the virus killing so many others Still having a job (in case you do) and in case you have lost your job, be strong, the better is yet to come! Having friends with whom you can connect over a call to ease out your tensions and worries



So it very well might be significant that we set aside the effort to delve into the previous year and locate those silver linings. Let us see how?



No rose-hued glasses – You might ask, how is one to think back and discover something good in 2020 and afterward be prepared for 2021? To begin with, it's OK to recognize the repulsive. It's acceptable to take a gander at the real world and what has happened. Focus on the current situation in a positive manner. Just set aside some effort to reflect as well as to take care to move forward.



Move your point of view - It's anything but difficult to become involved with what's going on in our lives and miss what's positive or working out in a good way. Beginning your day by helping yourself to remember the beneficial things in your day to day existence can help you keep a more adjusted standpoint despite the day's difficulties. Numerous specialists recommend writing in a diary about these positive things.



Unplug – Though Innovation assists everybody with remaining associated, careless looking via web-based media can expand pressure and uneasiness. Put the telephone and PC aside and go for a stroll, cook supper, or get some information about their day.



Be benevolent to yourself - It's anything but difficult to be excessively condemning of ourselves at this moment, which just expands pressure and exacerbates the situation. Stop to take a full breath, an air pocket shower, and some sleep, whatever you need that day to assist you with recollecting that you're significant as well. Simply deal with yourself.



On the off chance that you find that you're excessively self-basic on anything — an untidy house or an absence of energy for work, consider how we would address a companion, and address ourselves that equivalent way. 'Push hard and complete more!' As such, self-sympathy works!

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About the Author

Rabia Mistry Mulla

'For vessels to change their course, they have to be hit by a strong wind first!'
So here I am penning down my thoughts on health and research after 6 years of planning Diets.
Being a Clinical Dietitian & a Diabetes Educator I always had a thing for writing, alas, been hit by the winds towards a new course!
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