Your gifts this year

Although hectic, Christmas can be a time of fun and for gathering together. Though, one thing I do love about this time of year, is to look back over the last 12 months and assess where we’ve been, what we’ve done and where we are headed.

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We can get so caught up in the doing, that we not only forget about the being, but life can fly by and we can forget to appreciate all that has happened.

So, what have been the highlights for you this year? What gifts have you received, as well as physically, emotional and spiritually? Also, what has helped to move you forward?

Also, what has drained you over this last year and what have you learnt from this? What do you need to do over this coming year to safeguard yourself? Recognising the people and places that drain us, not only of our energy, but taking us out of our alignment – of our true selves and where we really need to be going and what we really want to be doing.

And finally, what are you looking forward to in 2020? What are your dreams and aspirations for this exciting new year?

Whatever has happened over this last 12 months, however hard it may have been, turn your back to the darkness and face towards the light of 2020, and you will surely have a great year, living your best life possible.


Sara Challice

Motivational speaker, teacher and author, Who Cares 4 Carers?

Sara is a speaker and author of the book, “Who Cares? How to care for yourself whilst caring for a loved one”. Caring for a loved one is both amazing and altruistic. It not only improves the quality of life for the cared for, it can extend their life for many years. Sara cared for her husband for 13 years, after he became severely disabled from a brain tumour. She eventually became mentally and physically unwell from the stresses of caring for him, but then discovered a better way to care for herself whilst continuing to care. Sara shares her insight, wisdom and stories to inspire carers globally to safeguard their own health and enjoy life. Too many of us live from a place of survival, which is not only detrimental to our health and wellbeing, but stops us from living from a place of joy. Sara is also a fundraiser, helping campaign for greater awareness and research with The Brain Tumour Charity and became a trustee for the neurological charity, INS. Her book, “Who Cares?” will be published in March 2020, by Hammersmith Books.