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January 4 question - Do you have a word of the year? Is there one word that sums up what you need to work on or change in the coming year? For instance, in 2021 my word of the year was Finish. I was determined to finished my first draft by the end of the year. In 2022, my word of the year is Ease. I want to get my process, systems, finances, and routines where life flows with ease and less chaos. What is your word for 2023? Why?
I don't have a word for the year. And trying to think of just 1 word, I find many words shoving and pushing together to form a mangled complicated web. LOL.
May your many words help you to achieve all you wish for during 2023!ReplyDelete
Debs posting today from Fiction Can Be Fun
Also found at Debs Despatches
I love the inspiring quotes you shared. They are all so true.ReplyDelete
Many words is all right.ReplyDelete
I had a hard time choosing just one. Every blog I visit makes me want to change my word. LOLReplyDelete
Hi Cathrina, I really like the word Peace. May we all find our peace this year. Happy New Year/1ReplyDelete
I keep seeing "heart" here in all of these. I think many words are okay, too. I certainly chose more than one. :)ReplyDelete
One word can't really sum up everything, anyway, and peace is a good place to start.ReplyDelete
Great quotes. And you and me both with trying to pick one word!ReplyDelete
A few times I picked words for the year and forgot to write them down so I forgot them. LOLReplyDelete