By Ty Hendrickson
I have never felt the power of the old saying, “The only constant is change,” more than this year. As we navigate the second half of 2020, I find myself reflecting on how much has changed in the course of just a few short months.
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I don’t want to talk about COVID-19 or the new normal or unprecedented times or any of the other hot terms we’ve all heard about 100 times daily. Everything that 2020 has hit us with has been incredibly heavy, insanely bizarre (can we please never hear about murder hornets again?) and for someone like me who already functions with a high level of anxiety, it is has been very stress-inducing.