The Busy, Variety-Seeking type: I want to learn new things and improve my skills. My dad passed away last February. I want to do something new and exciting in In I want to change that. Of course, I wish for more time with my dad. Which word will you live this year?
Have you ever taken one of those personality tests? I see him pitching balls to my cousins and me on a lazy summer day. I look in the mirror, and I still see myself, but I look…different. Please share your OLW in the comment section of any of our posts this week. I want to travel to a million different places.
The goal here is to minimize my ecological footprint, which also resonates with the word wild.
I also secretly want to publish a romance novel. Thinking of my dad brings into perfect focus two very important truths. And yes, I am proud of my aging because, heck, aging sure beats the alternative. I feel his loss in startling and unpredictable ways.
I see my dad carrying me in a backpack while I try to grab his glasses. There are only 24 hours in a day. Also, I really, really like being asked. My dark circles are darker. You work with your word on a year long journey. You can find out more about the class and sign up here.
I also started a Pinterest board a few weeks ago to collect quotes and other stuff about my word. Expanding my comfort zone. We welcome you to join us. I want to make wild decisions. I love to make my word visible with my Salvaged word from Colleen Attera and whole heart pocket talisman from Soulmantras.A One Little Word acts a beacon, a guiding light, directing one’s way for the year.
When you get inundated with all that life brings, this is a word that can help you know what deserves your YES, and what really should get a NO. The Strongest One.
Read Aloud. Genre. Play/Drama. Phonics Skill. Spelling Words Theme. Writing Prompt: Write a play scene about Little Red Ant. Selection File type icon File name Description Size Revision Alternate Prompt: Writing a play scene about an autumn activity. This year’s One Little Word Goal Worksheet includes a goal statement.
I think having a goal statement is an awesome way to bring about change. Look at what you want to accomplish, and create a statement that will help you remember the hows and whys of your one little word. One month left with my One Little Word® Balance.
The journey this year was a good one and it definitely changed me in some ways. December will be the last month with this word, before I start again with a new word in One Little Word in red. One Little Word in blue.
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