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Last year I wrote a blog post about how to choose your word for the year. (You can read the post by clicking here.) I am not typically excited by practices like this, but I find this one really helpful and think you will too.
Choosing a “word for the year” is simply being very intentional about how you plan to spend your year. Your word for the year represents how you want to feel, what you plan to do, and why you want to do it. It’s attacking the year with an underlying plan, so you aren’t just winging it. The best part is, when you look back on your year you get to look back at your successes, failures, and all the lessons. You’ll easily be able to celebrate the wins and see where you went wrong at times.
Last year, I chose 2 words- GIVE and ACTION. I truly wanted to see how much better my life would be if I focused on giving. In the past I would always think about giving and doing more, but then life got busy and my hopes of giving...