At the beginning of 2021, I chose one word to focus on and grow in throughout the year. After a year like 2020, how was I supposed to set goals anyways? Choosing an intention gives me a little extra dose of flexibility and grace. Before I recap my word of the year, a few highlights…
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:…
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.
For the past few years, I’ve been choosing three words to guide my year instead of New Years resolutions. As much as I love goals (and I think the start of a new year can be a great time to reflect on your life), New Years resolutions often seem a little empty to me. I…
At the beginning of the year, I chose three words to grow in and help guide me throughout 2017: dare, light, and adapt. Dang, a lot has happened this year! For a few of my highlights, I… Got engaged…. and married! Spent a week in Florida with my sister and grandparents. Paid off all my debt….