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2020: Even in this tough year, there's still a lot to be thankful for

With 2020 coming to an end soon in a month, most folks have already started looking ahead to 2021 and visualizing their expectations for the next year. Although the main story for 2020 is the COVID-19 impact on the lives of many ranging from illness, deaths, income deferral, furloughs, and discomfort. There might be little positives in this challenging year including the breakthrough of a vaccine, a closer shift to a digital economy, a recovery in the equities markets, a surge in the real estate market for those who already own homes, and a countless fight for equality. In short, 2020 was an active year. I have been a super-optimist all my life and I plan to continue being one until the day I die, 100 years from now. Below is a recap of the events in 2020 so far so we do not lose sight of them: January 9, 2020:  The World Health Organization that a deadly coronavirus had emerged in Wuhan, China. In a matter of months, the virus has spread across the globe to more than 20 million people

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