I’m sharing a special gift with you today to help you say goodbye to 2021 and feel good about where you are in life + career.
As the year ends, and you take stock of all you’ve learned in the past 12 months (so many lessons, right?), I hope you’ll pause today + remember that you play many roles in your life, and they are all meaningful and valuable.
“Actor” is only one of those roles, just as “what you’ve done” so far in your career is only one facet of the multi-faceted diamond that is you.
Here is a loving reminder to help you end the year knowing that not only are you enough, exactly as you are right now, but that you are a precious gift.
Download + print “I Am A Gift” here + then say it OUT LOUD…
So whether you print this here + tape it to your bathroom mirror or screenshot it as wallpaper for your phone, be sure to treat yourself this way as the year comes to a close.
Here’s to a holiday season where you fill yourself up first with positive energy, love + light. When you take time to do this, you will have so much more to give.
And if you’re visiting with family this week (even on Zoom) + they’re asking about your acting career, be sure to check out this post where I share 5 Tips For Peaceful Holiday Gatherings: How to Answer Questions About #Actorlife
Thank you for being a gift to me. As the words pour from my heart + soul every week, I am so grateful to know that they resonate with you.
Let me know in the comments below, which mantra are you going to take on as the year comes to a close?
Love + Gratitude,
P.S. Print your “I Am A Gift” year end mantras here. Screenshot + share the love + tag me at on Instagram.
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4 thoughts on “How To End 2021 Strong + Set Yourself Up For Success In 2022”
How sweet. Thanx!!
Glad this spoke to you!
What a beautiful gift from the heart, Wendy. Thank you so much. 💛 It reminded me to not think of the ‘when.’
One of my mantras that will remain with me: The present moment is always a state of fulfillment. It is done; all is well.
Love it Lynndi!