1. Accept That We Can't (& Never Will) Know Everything
Lack of information, misinformation, and disinformation became polarizing themes in 2020. They shined a light on how important facts are. They also showed us the facts aren't always available, accurate, or complete when you look at just one source.
The key lesson here is that no one has all the answers. And no one ever will.
And that's okay. It's the not knowing that keeps us curious and thirsty for knowledge. And trying to quench that thirst can be a deeply enriching experience.
How to apply it in 2021: Try not to get anxious about what you don't know, and be sure to get your information from more than one source. Also, question the sources you do use and acknowledge the biases they (and you) may have.