I will let you know as soon as they launch. Keep it in the forefront of your mind and use it to set smaller monthly goals throughout the year. Hopefully, wiser and full of excitement for the year ahead. You could also turn on an aromatherapy diffuser, light a candle, or put some calming music on in the background. Step 1: Reflect The first thing I want you to do is reflect on this past year and ask yourself these questions. Honestly, I feel like I was just welcoming 2018 the other day yet here we again.
I think the goals you have for 2019 are ++awesome++. Plus there are all kinds of handy organizational tabs inside to track birthdays, events, goals, and reminders. I eat so healthy and clean, but the area that I really want to focus on this year is exercise. While working through the I realized, I am often in reaction mode and not living intentionally, and ignoring things I should be nourishing. The hope is to use my anti personal word of the year in this context to lead by example for the kids. Posted January 8, 2019 at 6:15 am I hear you, Lindsey. I have chosen your Friendship Sampler Quilt as my start! A word for the year! I must rise to this challenge and cross my fingers and do the work anyway.
Work Piggybacking on the above, if my work days are to be compressed a bit, I have to be focused during those hours. Do you like starting the week on Sunday to write goals or do you stick with Monday style? I will mess up and I will encounter plenty of problems trying to learn how to grow and thrive. Just will make it all the more special when we see a drink recipe in 2019! Then, if you want to, list some thoughts under the different areas on the sheet. Because whether you want it or not change is coming. I remember being a bit worried about taking that on. For me, I know I want to be surrounded by people who focus on possibilities, not problems, who love to have fun, who celebrate instead of complaining, who challenge each other to be better humans and who love what they do, and who do live in their own unique style. Figured if you are using it a second year and with all your amazing stuff you pull off it must be worth trying.
While seeing other individuals post their word of the year on social media I began to think about mine. I hope you love the story in Mally the Maker! Struggling to pick a word? I love having a word to tie the other goals together because it feels so much more achievable, motivating and memorable versus a big list. I wish you continue to be very successful in your projects. But What About Your Goals? My word came to me in a flash this year — what a nice surprsise that turned out to be! So tell me, are you interested in your word, or are you committed? I ended up going to dayspring. I just downloaded one on my kindle called The pretty delicious cafe by Danielle Hawkins. Or I can step out and do my own thing. And there are days when my morning routine just consists of skincare and making the bed and making sure we are all alive.
Needless to say, I am trying to be very purposeful with my life this year. People may look at this with one eyebrow raised, as many have with Mally the Maker. Thank you, Joanne, for including my Christmas ornament in your Christmas Collaboration emojis. I love your wonderful word. How am I going to improve? How I Chose My 2019 Word of the Year This past year I was in charge of a family history conference here in Portland, Oregon. By choosing a single word, you can keep your broad goals at the front of your mind.
By the end of the day, I feel fill in the blank. Hey Paul, sounds like you picked a gem of a word to help push you this year and I love it! It means less about me and more about others. This will be a special quilting club for you to share pictures and make friends online. I hope this post helped you choose your word of the year! Believe became my word mid-year. Needless to say, I need to take some of your advise. Â Jesus, the perfect lamb of God. Some of the discomfort will be forced.
But by having a single word, you can adjust your goals over time, so long as they are in line with the focus word you choose at the beginning of the year. Writing the challenge book this past week has made it very clear to me that the next most important book I must create. To be a great leader, you must believe in your abilities. Determined: Having a strong desire and a plan of action and not allowing anyone myself or others , or any circumstances to stop me. It always makes me smile. I chose this word because I knew that this year I wanted to focus on straying away from worry and anxiety.
Or I can pull on my big girl panties and get this work done. I have found that my word usually finds me and that was the case this year too. It can get me down from time to time, so I often have to remind myself to keep going. I thank God this year is better than last year. I feel like that is very much me too. I will continue with the connections I am making in family history.
But there was a lot of waiting for results last fall, there were several procedures of varying discomfort and invasiveness, and there were a lot of questions, and it was really not at all fun. I just need to do the work. It will make me a better human and leader. Which is why I like to keep it simple when it comes to planning. It may not have been 100%, but there was definitely progress made during the course of 2018. I always make a list and figure out what is impossible to do with the kids around obvs like leaving the house for meetings, conference calls, huge photo shoots, etc , and then I go down that list and get the most important things done while she is here. Some refer to their word of the year as their one little word, their gold word, or just a focus point.