Clarity doesn’t always mean finding solution and fixing the problem. Clarity also can be seeing a situation for what it is and finding the lessons we can learn from it no matter what happens. Therefore finding the clarity to the situation; you can find comfort in clarity.
Let’s find some clarity in these tough times:
1. Sometimes we get so busy working that we forget to pay attention to the important people around us. So, in response to that, we’re making more time to be with family and getting to know them again. We’re taking time to check in with our friends, family, neighbors etc. to make sure they’re doing okay. We’re finally relearning how to genuinely show people we DO care about them and their wellbeing again.
2. We’re slowing down and realizing we shouldn’t be in such a rush to get everywhere. Just think of how many times do you usually look at the clock when you’re in a rush driving to work? How many times do you drift into that long list of things you have to do instead of appreciating what you already have done. It’s so hard to get caught up in ourselves and our problems but, we’re starting to see time isn’t always guaranteed. And in order to enjoy the time we do have, we need to slow down, take it easy and enjoy the beauty of everything around us.
3. We’re gaining the knowledge that the time we spend with our loved ones doesn’t have to include spending large amounts of money at fancy restaurants, or other prestigious events. Date nights and family nights can include something as simple as learning how to cook a new recipe, or going for a bike ride or walk together. The idea of a special night together isn’t surrounded by spending money or extravagant gifts. Some of life’s most treasured moments are priceless. It’s really this simple; As long as you have the company of those who you love, you have all you need.
4. We’re remembering how to use the resources that we already have. Our Go-to restaurants and bars are closed. In result, we have to discover new ways to cook with what we already have.
5. We’re learning from our mistakes and when to ask for help when we need it.
6. We’re learning to respect boundaries; being mindful to ourselves and others in return.
- 8.0 oz., 55/45 cotton/polyester
- Jersey lined hood with contrast drawcord
- Contrast 1x1 rib knit cuffs and waistband
- Contrast raglan sleeves
- V-neck with raw edge 1x1 rib knit insert detail
- Front pouch pocket
- Formerly style W15110
- Sleeve color listed first, body and hood color second