I didn’t want to do really anything drastically differently than I do now, I just wanted to do it more consistently and intentionally. So I broke down my word of the year into 4 directional goals for what I’d like to be.
I had a few words throughout those few weeks that seemed to fit, but the one I ultimately chose for the year was one I initially discarded early in the process.
Are you trying to travel more frequently but have a limited amount of time off? Or do you have work flexibility but you’re unsure how to best maximize the time you have? Below you’ll find 7 tips that cover how to make the most of whatever time off you have.
This year, Teddy and I explored 22 states together and then we each took a trip with friends; Teddy went to Kansas for a hunting trip and I went to the Texas panhandle. We took a week long road trip through New England, and then one to South Carolina for his mater’s degree graduation from Clemson. The rest of our travels were either over weekends or during holidays when we already had off.
While December isn’t exactly over yet, I wanted to share my December reflection now since I have a few other…
When I look at these words, each of them brings back very specific memories and lessons from the year. That’s one of my favorite parts of choosing a word of the year, it’s reflecting on the end of the year and seeing how my word played out, often in the ways I didn’t intend.
That’s how you know when a book is great, you think about it long after you finish the last page.
But legacy isn’t always money or objects. In my opinion, some of the best legacies can never be held in your hands. They’re instead, held in your heart.
While I don’t love it getting dark so early, I do adore visiting the Christmas light shows in both Lancaster and York County. You’ll find my top 9 recommendations below!
One of my favorite traditions that started sometime as a kid was visiting Longwood Gardens in southeastern Pennsylvania during the holiday season.