31st Birthday Post: To a New Year of Living With More Gratitude

Beautiful green sequoia trees
Celebrating at Sequoia

“Showing gratitude is one of the simplest yet most powerful things humans can do for each other. — Randy Pausch

Aquarius season baby! I know I know, it’s been over a week since I turned 31, but I wanted to share my gratitude as I finish reflecting.

Gratitude For the People in My Life

Looking Back: Acknowledging and Celebrating the Wins

My mission is to inspire others to be kind, healthy, happy, and to make a positive impact in this world. This is my north star and I hope that I am putting out what I am intending to do.

Again, thank you all for celebrating with me. Many of the long hours and work behind these accomplishments can feel lonely and tiring so I thank you for being at the finish line cheering me on. 2020 really made me miss and appreciate you all so much.

2021 Is The Year To Express More Gratitude

It will be another year of growth mentally, physically, emotionally, and financially. This year I also want to be less anxious about time. Replacing the feeling I get that there is not enough time and replacing it with patience.

Most importantly, I want to help and lift others up as I continue to lift myself up.

We can accomplish anything we want in this lifetime as long as we stay true to ourselves. As long as we stay kind, humble, and work for what we believe in.

Software Developer living in the Bay Area. Spending my time Running | Hiking | Coding. Here to share inspiration :)

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