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.
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 it! That’s my January reflection. If you’re reading this and you’re like wow this chick writes a lot about her month. Yes, that’s accurate. But also I enjoy doing it.
This year I decided to do something a little bit different with my reading. Rather than picking a random book off the shelf after finishing up a previous book, I decided to plan out my books for the year.
Please help us sit in 2020 and not wish it away too quickly, because we are not promised a better 2021.
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