Wrapping up a year of appreciating new adventures and resurrecting past habits I can see that one constant in my life has been the desire to work hard and stay positive. Believe me, I have my moments of complete repose or total disappointment, but my nature, my innate “playbook”, has been one of silver linings.
The definition of silver linings is ‘a positive aspect in an otherwise negative situation’. Nothing in my life screams positive like my friendship with my husband John. Turns out he is the ultimate quarantine partner. Just behind him in positivity is the amazing team at JBH&A. These productive women took every twist, turn and tumble that 2020 handed us and made sure all of our clients felt heard and that their needs were met.
Places have provided silver linings too. When things were squirrelly all around me, my membership at the Pyramid Club was essential to my well-being. A fabulous place to meet with clients (new and existing), get some calls made, appointments scheduled, questions answered. A refuge in a kooky world.
My adorable home has been a haven. The backyard and gardens haven’t been appreciated this deeply since the year John and I moved in! While John was napping last week I pulled out all my Christmas decorations and went to town.
In brief: 2020 was difficult in many ways, but friends, family and Associates all used a playbook that made sure that we worked hard (when we could) rested (when we needed) and stayed positive to keep that silver lining attitude.
Let’s talk soon!