How does it feel to have your taxes “due” extended to July 2020?

April 14, 2020

How does it feel to have your taxes “due” extended to July 2020?

We grow up with the April 15 due date imprinted on us from a very early age. “Damn those taxes are due…” Grumbling, gathering paperwork, not understanding the new laws and standing at the post office until midnight just to get the correct postmark on the envelope.

New Normal: Your 2019 taxes do not have to be filed until July 2020. What do we do with all the angst we have had, our entire lives, with the April 15th date? Indeed, what do we do with all the other “new normal” that has shifted in such a short time?

There are needed “normals” (sic) that will not change: good nutrition; lots of sleep; relaxing and releasing stress; supporting a good education; supply our homes with the needs of the people there. What has changed, is HOW we stay as centered as possible so we can learn and assimilate more easily to what is no longer on our horizon. You are allowed to react to the changes, but be kind to you and stop criticizing the changes. The whole planet is in the same boat you are. Breathe. Take small actionable steps to begin the journey of the changes.

May I help?

Natalie R. Manor

Natalie R. Manor is a consultant, executive business coach, speaker, 5 time author and extraordinary facilitator.  Her consulting firm, Natalie Manor & Associates NMA, has attracted global success seeking clients and organizations for 30+ years.

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