Looking Ahead to 2022

In December of last year, we were hopeful that 2020 was the only holiday season we wouldn’t be able to visit some or all of our friends and families face to face. And yet, here we are in the latter part of December 2021 still in the throes of fighting the pandemic and the most transmissible COVID variant to date. Many businesses are struggling to survive another COVID wave.

It’s difficult to think beyond the current situation sometimes. Some days it seems like we have been here, in a kind of limbo, forever. The ‘light at the end of the tunnel’ fades in and out with the ebb and flow of pandemic case counts.

The good news is that we have several things to help us this time around: vaccines, treatments, protocols, and our experience. I don’t even want to imagine what the pandemic’s ‘5th Wave’ would look like if we still had no effective procedures.

Please.
Be Safe. Be Flexible. Be Considerate. Be Kind. Be Strong.
We are all anxious and worn down. We are all in the same boat.

BALANCE & DIVERSITY
FLEXIBILITY & FOCUS
COMPASSION & STRENGTH

I wish you all the best during the holidays and in the new year.
Here’s a virtual ‘Cheers!’ until we can meet again.
It will happen. Hang in there!

A VIRTUAL CHEERS UNTIL WE CAN MEET AGAIN!

Happy | Merry | Cheers!
Peace | Hello | Celebrate!

Winter Solstice, Christmas, December, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Festivus,
New Year’s Eve/Day, Ōmisoka,
Bodhi Day/Laba Festival, Yule,
Pancha Ganapati, Dongzhi Festival, Hogmanay, Boxing Day,
World Juniors Hockey Tournament, Chichibu Night Festival.

Did I miss your favourite December holiday?
Doing something creative, safe and fun to spend time with your friends and families?
Let me know in the comments!

Published by tracey copeland

Marketer, Creator, Coach | Brand Communications | Strategic Planning | Talented Leader of Diverse, Cross-functional Teams ― Tracey is an award-winning marketing and communications specialist with a passion for helping others define and reach their goals.

One thought on “Looking Ahead to 2022

  1. I’ve learned to accept what the world is like now, as hectic as everything is. I’ve come to accept that I may not be able to do my favourite sport again (grappling, lotsa close contact), and that we may never stop playing this game of cat and mouse with the different variants. But that’s cool though, because there are so many other ways to make the most out of my day. Anyway, hope 2022 is turning out awesome for you!

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