Is it really November? And is it still 2020? This year seems like it has been the longest one ever. I know we are all looking forward to a better 2021, but I am intent on making the absolute best of what is left of 2020. Fall truly IS my favorite time of the year. Ya’ll heard all about that last month, so I am just repeating myself – which I tend to do about the things in life that excite me! ? And I AM excited about the days that remain in 2020, despite the days and months past that were, quite honestly, draining, depressing, and overwhelmingly challenging. Beginning with October, the rest of the year for me is always special. It always has been and yes, even this year it will be. Intentionality – that is what it will take for me to make the most of what we have left in 2020. Being intentional about enjoying this time of the year and making celebrations special even if they do not look like they did last year. Being intentional about focusing on what is truly important and fostering relationships and staying in touch, even if from a distance. Being intentional about reminders that “this too shall pass.” Intentionality. The rest of 2020 is going to be the best I can possibly make it and I hope it is for you, too.
Unconditionally Her is always intentional with providing practical yet fun and inspiring content every month and we look forward to sharing some of the “specialness” of the season with you as we kick off November. We will continue our Sip of the Month feature along with several tantalizing November recipes, decorating and crafts, time management with favorite contributor Sara Skillen, faith-based articles, and some great UNTOLD stories sure to inspire. We are even going to celebrate Deviled Egg Day – YES, there is such a thing!
We appreciate each Unconditionally Her reader and consider it a privilege to be a part of your November. Here’s to an intentionally wonderful November and beginning of the holiday season!
Be Encouraged, Be Empowered, Be Inspired – Be Unconditionally YOU!
“That was the day she made herself to live more from intention and less from habit.”
Amy Rubin Flett, Artist