January is bad—even in a good year. This year is potentially worse. Okay, probably.
We are battling the dreaded “second wave” of the COVID-19 pandemic. Christmas is in the rear view mirror, bills have piled up, the belt buckle is tighter than we’d like to admit—oh, and its cold outside… and seasonal affective disorder is real… and we just entered another lockdown. #GoodTimes
Things that gave us joy like gathering with friends and family, singing alongside our brothers and sisters during worship, or trips to the arena, are now muted or cancelled.
All of this is why I think you should be proactive—not reactive—about your well-being for January.
From what I’ve seen, most people wait until they are very unhealthy before they take steps to be healthy again. But imagine a well that has been dug in the middle of a field. Based on my…
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