Having been with the Lions Club for several years, I started to question the work which we were doing. We were helping a lot of people – definitely; but I felt that some parts of our work were not sustainable.
For 2020, I only had one goal – and that was to establish the Nyenyezi Fellowship Programme. For 2021, I have a few more goals on my list.
The idea of multiple streams of income which are not ‘passive income’ looks fancy in speech, but can be such a drain. Yaay for more money. Horrible for you, and your well-being.
You asked – so here it is. My new home (tour – moving + renovations). Also here sharing with you my 2020 gratitude list, some lifechanging decisions I have made lately, and plans for the year ahead.
The idea of tying the year 2020 to gratitude seems like such a stretch; but I also know that not everybody has had an entirely horrible year.
I’m looking back at the year that has been, and I do believe I have a lot to be grateful for – both personally and professionally.
As an individual, I have evolved a lot since I wrote and published By The End of Your Teens. What was a well-meaning, and very honest body of work, I am not sure I can fully stand by anymore.
As was stated in previous post, I recently moved into a new home. It was an impromptu decision, but a business decision I have been contemplating for a while now.