Ah, 2020. The year that will forever live in infamy, when the entire world pressed paused and braced for the unknown.
A global pandemic, racial and social justice disturbances, and a tumultuous presidential election were only a few of the challenges that were faced in a broader sense this year. Add in individual job losses, personal health crises, juggling remote work and eLearning responsibilities for those who are parents, and a shortage of toilet paper and it seemed like this year would never end. But here we are at the end of the year–and looking back, there were so many