Carrie Underwood is already looking towards 2021. The country singer revealed she doesn’t have a New Year’s resolution for the coming year. She prefers to be grateful for what she already has.
The singer revealed she already accomplished her 2020 goal, which was to spend time with family. Underwood probably got more me-time than she bargained for. But the pandemic’s made her thankful for the blessings that she has in her life. Underwood has spent the past months on her family farm with her husband and two boys.
“I do make New Year’s resolutions. And a lot of times they are things like, I want to have a little more me-time,” Underwood told CMT. “I want to take better care of myself, breathe, and be peaceful. I feel like a New Year’s resolution from last year would have been something like, ’Spend more time with your family.’”
She continued by saying: “And then I kind of got that this year. But I don’t know. I think this year taught us to be grateful for what we have. I definitely would like to work more next year, but I’m not in control of that. So we’ll just do the best we can and keep moving forward with the circumstances that we are given. And be grateful for what we have.”
Carrie Underwood Looks to an Uncertain 2021
Underwood is also looking forward to getting back to work as well. Due to the pandemic, Underwood and other country music stars have been unable to tour or perform live concerts. They’re hoping with a production of a vaccine for a more normal year come 2021.
Currently, Underwood has two concerts on the books for next year, according to Ticketmaster. She has a concert scheduled for Aug. 27 in Durant, Oklahoma. She also has another concert scheduled in Allentown, Pennsylvania on Sept. 3. It remains to be seen when live concerts will become a reality again.
But Underwood has still had a busy 2020. For instance, she recently released a No.1 Christmas album.