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My One Word – 2014

I’m ditching New Year’s resolutions again this year. My list was always ridiculously long and on New Year’s Day I couldn’t remember half of what seemed so important the night before. The only items I’d remember were those that appeared every year. Which only proved I didn’t keep my New Year’s resolutions! What’s the definition of insanity? Oh yeah, repeating the same thing time and time again hoping for a different outcome. I was driving myself insane! So I’ve hopped on the One Word train again this year (You can read about my 2012 word here and 2013 word here.) and I’ve invited some friends along for the ride. Yay!!

So what’s my word?

Release.  

 

My One Word - 2014 Release

My One Word – 2014
Release

This word could go in so many different directions it’s scary. (More on that in another post, or two or three.) For now I’m just praying that God will use this word this year to mold me more fully into the person He created me to be.

Do you pick one word to focus on for the year? If so, what is it.

About anitakgreene

I write romantic adventure for the inspirational market. I enjoy needlework, papercrafting and gardening. I'm at home in the Ocean State with my husband, son and a spoiled Belgian Malinois.

6 responses »

  1. My word would be today. Learn from the past, be prepared for the future, but pay attention to and live for today.

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  2. Mine is “communication”. For someone who talks a lot, this may seem weird, but effective communication goes beyond just speaking… it means listening without preconceived notions and opinions, it means putting baggage aside and listening for what is being said here and now with no garbage from the past. It means not taking things personally when someone else is saying things that sting, even when that isn’t their intention or their heart. There’s a lot to it…no wonder it’s so hard for so many of us to get it right!

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