Tuesday, January 31, 2023

Health, Economy and Happiness, Key Objectives in 2023

,As a result of the pandemic, 2022 was still a difficult year for the people of Choapon who yearned for health as their main objective this year, luckily many people achieved it and by 2023, better economy, happiness After all, health is paramount and well-being in homes, reveals a survey conducted by PRESENCIA Sureste.

Citizen Elizabeth Hernandez said that her main objective was health, “to be able to propose and achieve whatever jobs, health forward and well-being.”

Chopens said, “My objective last year was to stay alive, because by staying alive I can fulfill our objectives and the goals that we have set for ourselves.”

He indicated that his complications were health, “not so much me but relatives, when there are sick relatives it is complicated, but other than that without much seriousness, the setbacks that come, but the rest, thank God, okay.” Huh.”

Merchant Sylvia López López said that she had many objectives, but that it had been a very difficult year, especially due to the death of her husband and the relocation of Plan de Ayala Street, which had led to a decrease in the number of customers.

“My aim for this 2022, was a very tough year, what happened with my husband, what happened on the road, we went through everything and survived, but thank god the road is much better, Hopefully next year things will be better for us may he bring us lots of blessings as we have all been through some very difficult times.

For this 2023, he said his aim was to “wish you, to be successful, for your health. I have many resolutions that I hope to fulfill and I wish that they bless.”

For his part, the municipal agent of Cerro de Nanchital, Cornelio Arias de la Fuente, explained that he had several objectives, one of which was to become an EZDL representative and complete various projects in 2022 “We started working in the agency , on May 1st, we were facing many adversities, but we were meeting our objectives, the fair was held, people came, they had fun, there was a white balance and that was an achievement.

He said that the pandemic affected them, but as the months passed, everything went well, bringing the objectives up to 75% completion.

They have many projects for this 2023 and they hope that they can be completed with the help of the government and the residents.

Professor Rubén Darío Silva Hernández, considering the difficult situation experienced during the pandemic, only asked for a New Year’s resolution that everyone goes through the COVID phase.

“The pandemic hit the world, I asked the family to be fine, thank God it can be done.”

For this 2023, he pointed out that the first thing “is to continue the family situation, with our children, to support them and I also wish the best for all the citizens of Las Chopas”, concluded the teacher.

Trader Zoila Cortázar explained that “My intentions were probably to keep the business going, we hoped that this year would be different, that we would see a rebound in sales, that we would come out of the crisis, but the economic situation in Town and Country is experiencing It hasn’t been great for us, but we are hopeful for next year.

She explained that her aim for the coming year is to be happy “because really, with so many problems that overwhelm us, we lose that part of what God wants us to be happy and that joy, that feeling, that enthusiasm.” Lets share, I like to be the light for many people”.

Homemaker, Herminia Santos Lechuga expressed: “Our wish was to be healthy, because Covid hit us hard, luckily we got rid of it, but more than any health, we are fine.”

By 2023, he wants to have the same health, “that we have work, not just me, but everybody, and everybody else, little by little we’re creating.”

José Esteban Magna Gómez, a high school teacher, said they had many objectives, “the most important were maintaining health, helping others in education, being empathetic, especially what is happening in our environment.”

“What I couldn’t accomplish was because of lack of time, and lack of encouragement from some people who want to help them and they don’t let themselves, but those who wanted to move forward, by 2023, I ask I am sure my family is fine, I will continue my studies and work for the common good.”

For her part, trader Berenice Ramirez said she aimed to continue working and studying pastry, “I’m still halfway through classes, but what I want next year is to finish what I’m studying.” and sell desserts from there.”

He acknowledged that 2022 was a somewhat complicated year as the pandemic worsened the economy “due to lack of work, people didn’t buy us fish, but everything is improving now.”

Mario de Jesus López, a businessman in the footwear industry, said that “like all businessmen, we want to grow, that’s the main thing; 2022 was tough in the beginning but in the second semester we did well, thanks to my customers who are always with me, things went well and we closed well.

“The expectation was good and we hope 2023 will be better, the aim is to keep growing without stopping.”

He admitted that the most difficult task in 2022 was the return after being closed for two years with fear and anxiety due to the pandemic, “Now we are more confident, those who stayed back have already become active and we hope that the best will come”.

Finally, businessman Arturo Rodríguez Guzmán said that his aim for him was to invest in his business, he recognized that it was a difficult year because of the pandemic, but it is growing little by little, for the next year, he hopes Hope conditions improve and all aspects of your life continue to grow.

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