Appreciation For 2020

We are approaching the end of 2020.  Every year, I ponder on the things that I expect out of the new year. I sometimes wonder if I am going into 2021 the same way that I’m coming out of this year.

While this year was like an eye-opener for me, it definitely had some trying moments. Of all my years of teaching, this year has been the toughest. Teaching both virtually and in-person simultaneously (while trying to really ensure that students grasp the material) has been a huge challenge. This has seriously made me reconsider my whole career and a different avenue in where I would want to go in life. 

I’ve also learned the art of letting go. I learned how to free myself of unhealthy attachments. I was able to finally put what I feeling first before anything else. This was ultimately one of the hardest things that I’ve ever had to do, but it was definitely worth the clarity that I now have in my life. As of a result of it all, I feel like I have found my purpose.

2021 will be the first year that I’m walking into with a clear vision. This will be the first year that I go into knowing my purpose and who I am. This will be the first year that I’m at my most confident and true self. I’m ready for all that 2021 have in store for me. 

Despite the pandemic, I do appreciate all of my experiences and revelations throughout this year. 2020 will always be a year for me to remember. 

If you haven’t seen the trailer for my new podcast: “Class In Session W/ L.K. Hodge” check it out below. 

Class In Session W/ L.K. Hodge premieres on January 5th. Be sure to tune in. 

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