Farewell 2021 – Be Your Best Self – A Daily Practice To Silence Your Inner Critic
And as the door of 2021 closes behind us and we bid the year farewell, we take what we have learnt, and use that to propel us forward.
Published on December 31, 2021
published on December 31, 2021

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Hello everyone and welcome back.

As this is the last blog post on the last day of this year, I wanted to take some time to bid farewell and recap on what 2021 did for me and for you – if you’ve been with us from the start of the year.

If you haven’t, you can always access all our previous blogs here.

We explored a variety of themes from self-appreciation to self-resilience, and on top of that, we looked at relationships, love languages, and much more.

We looked at slowing down in some cases, and pushing forward in others – but most importantly, we’ve grown, we’ve loved, and we’ve prospered.

In November, I launched my new book, Gabrielle (you can still buy it from me by clicking here, and the discussions that followed were some of the best I ever had.

For the most part, this year was a special one for me, and I hope that it was as great for you!


Farewell 2021, Welcome 2022 


When one door closes, another opens.

And as the door of 2021 closes behind us and we bid the year farewell, we take what we have learnt, in every way, shape and form, and use that to propel us forward as the door of 2022 opens.

As said in my previous post, we don’t make resolutions, we make promises – and as the new year begins, we will look at a new you in the new year.

I wish you a happy new year and look forward to having you in my inner circle as we step into 2022 together.

Don’t forget to subscribe to my blog if you haven’t already!

See you in the new year x


Laura Mariani

Laura Mariani

Best Selling Author, Speaker, Change & Transformation Expert


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Laura xxx

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