Is it too soon to look back at 2020?

Oh hey pilgrims, How are you? Longtime no sojourn. I've did my best to reclaim 2020 and have had a lot of personal developments (including starting a business). I haven't been doing much traveling so I haven't had much to update you on. As people get back to traveling, borders start opening up, and people are adjusting to a new normal, I thought that it would be a good opportunity to look back at 2020.


Boy, was it a crazy year, is it too soon to look back at it? Oh well, we're doing it anyway. If you don't follow me on Instagram, you should. I give opportunities you pilgrims to be a part of the journey and be featured in posts. This and the next two posts were opened up to my fellow pilgrims via Insta Stories.


These are my TFFs from different locations that they want to answer a few questions about how 2020 was for them in their respective countries.


Introducing (some of) my TFFs:



As most of you know, last year I was in Australia on my working holiday visa and on my own journey of self-reflection when tragedy struck. I was living the 'que sera' life enjoying the freedom that comes with travel... Which is all fine and dandy until a global pandemic hits and you are literally across the world alone and without a plan. That freedom suddenly felt like a free fall. Covid-19 began to spread at a disastrous rate and I couldn't count on anything. So much was out of my control-- I hated it.







I mean, that 'what ever will be, will be" is still true, but as we move forward, what have we learned from last year? I thought it would be a good time to look back at how 2020 shook us up and how we will move forward from here.

Until Next Time, Pella





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