Together with self-reflection is solitude. Although we are used to associating the Easter Season with family bonding in our luxury houses and lots, starting fresh in life is an individual activity achieved in the most personal approach. No one else can correctly scrutinize you inside and out. Our peers and family members can try, but their ideas of you are only limited to their perspectives. It’s good to ask for feedback to help you in this journey of self-discovery, but know that there is so much more to what you are seen doing or heard saying. During this Easter season, try to spend more “me” time in order to get more comfortable in your skin. This may be difficult for social butterflies, but remember that the friend you need most in life is yourself.