A beautiful (and entertaining) story inspired by Linda Strader’s latest book “Uprooted, a New Life in the Arizona Sun – prequel to her memoir “Summers of Fire”
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ISSUE | JANUARY 2022
New Year. New You.
When the New Year comes around, whether you make New Year’s Resolutions or not, this is a time you’ll likely reflect on the year past. You’ll also very likely think about the New Year as a fresh start. Like the chance to open a new chapter in your story, or a blank page in your journal. In reality we do start a brand-new diary or calendar.
New Year. New You. Make the New You the Real You …
Think about what a flippin’ miracle you are. How you’ve got through a year filled with uncertainty. No matter how you’ve arrived at this point – some have achieved incredible success and growth, others in our community have sadly lost loved ones, homes and livelihoods – you are doing amazing. Look at us. We are here. We’ve found ways to get to this point. We are resilient. We are hopeful. We’ve got this.
Let 2022 be a year to shower all of you (flaws included), with the same love you’ve given to others throughout the years. Strip off the layers of what you’ve been told you should be, or what you should have done. Look closely at how remarkable you are.
Take some time to reflect upon what you really want from life and how you want to be. And if you feel you’ve lost touch with the real you, and you’ve just been trying to breathe through each day, then let us inspire you, to hold you, as you rediscover you.
Wishing you so much love, laughter, health, happiness and hope for 2022.
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