Resolutions and words of the year are my spirit animals. But, truthfully, they don’t mean much unless you actually take the time to implement them. Every year, about mid-January, we hear about folks falling off the wagon, so to speak, with all those good intentions. But you know, we never hear about those that get…

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There’s a lot of talk about a “word of the year.” And while I think it’s cute and I love that people are jumping on the bandwagon, it’s a bit like resolutions. Unless you do something with it, make marked change and invite God into the process, it’s just a word. Jen has a great…

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2017 word of the year.

Some think a “word of the year” is a bit hokey. That’s cool. I tend to like the word-of-the-year trend. It gives me a singular focus, a word that encapsulates all my new year’s resolutions, Lenten promises, life goals and everything else, into one. I thought long and hard about what I wanted to accomplish…

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I’ve never been a resolution kinda gal. So when several folks started identifying a “word of the year” a few years back, I felt like I struck gold. A word I could do. Last year, mine was focus. This year? It’s all about the JOY, baby. Source Please don’t read that to mean that our…

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Maybe you’re not a bucket list person or a word of the year person or even a “let’s make a goal and write in my mirror” person. I will say that being pregnant again has really shifted some priorities for me. Namely, that it’s time for me to get serious (in a super fun way,…

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