• Bryan Stoneking

It's Time To Hit The Reset

Let's face it, 2020 has been a shit show. The year started with the tragic and shocking death of Kobe Bryant and the others involved in a devastating helicopter crash. Then, an unknown virus starts to make it's way out of China, infiltrates the rest of the world, and

mass hysteria and fear breakout. Perpetuated by the wonderful news media Americans are stricken with a level of fear I've never seen before in my lifetime. The race card gets played in 2020 to a level I can't recall. It seems half of the country thinks everyone is racist, the other half thinks only the accusers are racist. Add to that the most hate filled election year EVER. An election year that is still unsettled a month after election day. The government in certain areas tried to stop Halloween, Thanksgiving, and now they're working on Christmas being halted too. Thankfully it's all coming to an end soon.

The vaccine is on the way which will hopefully start to release some of the over the top restrictions the government is trying to implement. We haven't seen any of the peaceful protesting, rioting and looting in a while. The election results are to be officially certified by next week. Then we'll get to finally break out the new calendars.

Let's start planning on some positive actions we can implement into our lives in the next year. With the vaccine coming to public distribution we should soon be able to return to concerts, sporting events, schools, amusement parks, indoor dining, movie theatres and all of the other things we so greatly missed this year. Hopefully during the vastly limited ability to enjoy the world in 2020 you were able to save some money. Use it in 2021 to take a nice vacation. Go somewhere you've always wanted to go, visit those family members you haven't seen in a long time.

2020 has made me realize what I've not been putting enough urgency on now that I've got to experience what it's like if that thing was not an option. Too many things we take lightly and think that we'll just do it later. Do it now, while you have the chance.

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