Once I have chosen My One Word, I like to have some fun with it. This year is no different. Once you've settled on your word, the first thing to do is to start noticing anything that catches your attention when you are out living your life. Since I love rocks and crystals, I was … Continue reading Pairing a crystal with your “One Word”
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My One Word 2018 Preview
It's that time yet again. An exciting and sometimes confusing time. Time to choose my one word for the coming year. According to MyOneWord.org, this is a "simple process". I beg to differ! After many years of engaging in the practice, i can say with authority that--for me, at least-- this is rarely an easy … Continue reading My One Word 2018 Preview
Being BRAVE is catchy!
I was trolling Facebook recently, after working on the next "The BRAVE Interview" for my blog (coming in March, 2017). I must be primed to see the word 'brave'. You know, like when you're pregnant and suddenly you see pregnant women everywhere? So I couldn't help but notice this page with Being Brave with Abbie McG emblazoned … Continue reading Being BRAVE is catchy!
My first 100 Days of Grace
I was wondering once again this past Sunday why the heck I had chosen Grace to be my word--or more accurately, Grace had chosen me to be its person --this year. Brave, my word last year, was a great word! A word you can sink your teeth into! Get your mind around! Get a grip on! Grace … Continue reading My first 100 Days of Grace
My one word, 2016 preview
January is coming fast. The past several years I have participated in the My One Word project. In a nutshell, you choose a word that 'will inspire you all year long'. It's sort of like making New Year's Resolutions, but simpler. And harder. It's not too early to start thinking about your word. You may already … Continue reading My one word, 2016 preview
Trying something new
I have not been practicing yoga much these past few weeks, since my yoga teacher (you know who you are!) moved to NC . I drove the road to North Berwick to get to yoga, about a half hour away, over and over and over, and was happy to do it. I wasn't familiar with … Continue reading Trying something new
New kid in town
Maybe you, like me, have wondered about the new signage in front of a house on Rt 1 in Wells, the one that says The LoveLight Center. What's up with that? I saw a flag waving "OPEN" at me yesterday so I took a chance (remember, I'm brave in 2015!) and ran in. I met … Continue reading New kid in town
My one word 2015
I have written about My One Word (MOW) in the past. The premise is this: you pick just one word to inspire you all year long. If you are a writer, the appeal of only writing ONE WORD in a writing session is seductive. It is, however, also deceiving. It's harder to choose just one word to … Continue reading My one word 2015
My one word, 2012
Last year I was inspired by My One Word to choose one word as my New Year's Resolution. I chose "Edit", which soon morphed into two words, "Focus". I optimistically wrote my words on an index card (one on each side, so I was still looking at just one word at a time!) and put … Continue reading My one word, 2012
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