Where did the time go?

Well… somehow it is now December 27th as I am writing this. I do not know where the month of December has gone. I do not know where the month of November has gone. While I am on it, I do not know where the whole entire year went!!! This was an interesting year for the books. There have been a tremendous amount of things that have happened this past year. Too many to simply name…

I wanted to write more in the past few months. I had made the decision to go off all social media platforms. It was hard at first, but everything changed after being off for just two weeks. I felt like I could breathe. I was not constantly scrolling through my feeds as a way to run away from my own problems. I was able to experience all that life has. All the ups and the downs.

I am now back on social media, but now I limit my usage. I do not have social media on my phone unless I am posting something. I delete the specific app right after the post to ensure I do not get sucked into scrolling for a few hours. Why am I telling you about my social media cleanse?

I wanted to share what has happened and how time is moving quicker than I expected. I wanted to write more blog posts to share about life. I am changing things around in my life to better suit me. Something new that I have never done before is completing “Uncovering 2020” (year in review). I am doing this to enable myself the possibility to improve next year like never before. I am tired of wasting time and not doing all that I have been called to do.

There’s a possibility of me putting my Uncovering Joy into a blog post to help keep me accountable. I would like to say, time is limited and we are writing a story that is worth telling. Do not waste any more time. It is time to get started and to do amazing things.

Published by Sarah Forsman

Life is not easy, but that doesn't mean it isn't worth it. I was born with a rare disease, Alpha Mannosidosis. It affects every cell in the body. I have been to plenty of doctors and have been able to do things that were never even thought of when I was diagnosed. It's simply because of receiving a life-changing bone marrow transplant at age 4.5 and continuing to push forward no matter the challenge. I am ready to help people and encourage anyone. We can't do this thing called "life" alone, we are better together! #AchieveTheImpossibleToday

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