Each year I choose a word to guide my year to focus on who I want to become instead of what I can do. Here’s my word for 2021.
At the beginning of 2020, I chose one word to focus on and grow in throughout the year. This is a look back on how it went!
Instead of setting resolutions, the past few years I have opted to choose a word as an intention to guide my year. This is my word for 2020.
At the beginning of 2019, I chose one word to focus on and grow in throughout the year. I used to choose three words, but this past year I narrowed it down to one. I enjoyed having a single, overarching intention that guided me through my year. Before I recap, a few highlights from 2019:…
Check out these four books that I’ve read over the past few months that are worth adding to your list.
Here’s a list of 45+ things to do in or near Aviano, Italy!
There’s a concept in yoga that I’ve learned and tried to tie into my life to combat my “you can never quit once you’ve started” mindset.
A word to guide my year allows me to focus on who I want to become. If I am becoming the right person, the right things will follow.
You can’t count on other people to satisfy those deep desires you have. I wasn’t going to let my experience rest on someone else’s shoulders.
Each month, I set aside time to reflect on the previous month: memorable moments, lessons I learned, how I spent my time, how I’m different, who/what I’m grateful for, improvements for next month, and goals to work toward. I try to be intentional in my personal development, and posting each month is a way to keep…