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Making the transition from 2020 to 2021.
Transitioning into the New Year.
Moving into 2021.

2020 has been a rough and wild year internationally. Namely, there were national conflicts, shootings, persecutions, and the Covid-19 pandemic. However, I learned the importance of resilience, goal setting, and being organized. Thus, we should take our motivation and planning ahead into the new year. The Covid-19 pandemic will still be with us, but together, we can work to 'beat' the pandemic.

Here are my 2021 ideas: students can write cards to front line workers/learn about their Covid-19 stories, plan ahead, try to stay connected with students through extensions like zoom, take breaks from work, practice breathing, stay upbeat, seek help, write in a journal to express how they feel, and journal their Covid-19 experiences.

The transition into the new year will be hard as many people have been scarred due to the pandemic. Covid-19 and its effects really feel lasting. It will take lots of discipline, and hard work to be ready for what 2021 has in store. I hope that with the new year, people will be stay resilient and committed to beating the virus. I also hope that everything returns to normalcy by 2021-2022.
Bronx, NY, USA
December, 31st, 2020
Nana Brobbey
https://www.scripps.org/news_items/7025-7-ways-to-cope-with-coronavirus-anxiety
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Created on 2020-12-31 at 23:09 and last updated on 2021-01-01 at 21:40.