It is finally Christmas week and all of us who work are looking for the well deserved break and festivities regardless of the new COVID restrictions in place. No work means we can finally wake up again at noon and have that one too many glasses of wine in the evening without any guilt for work the next day. We finally have that time to sort out that old cupboard we’ve been wanting to reorganise for ages. And what a great break it will be.
Christmas is always a time of reflection for me personally, I always look back at the year and seeing what I have accomplished and aspects I can improve on. This being said, business owners also approach the Christmas with this mind set. The festivities for a company can also mean many positive things in terms of progression and reflection. Company owners can look at their assets and reflect on the statistics of the company and try push the boundaries of their organisation further in the new year, I mean that is what the new year is for.
This is a great time to plan for the year ahead and set goals on what you want to achieve, plan your weeks ahead to try reduce the stress of the weeks coming, especially with the year we have all had. I like to plan my holidays, my work flow with a calendar, goals and achievements (I want to reach 2k on our facebook) and most importantly how I can push myself with my work. That is, writing new content, ways of making our aesthetic pop even further and marketing material.
Having said this, it is not all about work. Like I said in the intro, have time for yourself which is much needed. The stress of this year especially can have a toll on us and our work.
We here at Grasp wish you the readers a wonderful and cheerful holiday with a great start to the new year!