It’s already March, and time to check in on your word of the year. Do you remember it? If you don’t, consider
- The word may not have been the best one to move you through a whole year
- You may be avoiding the word because it calls you into action and you don’t feel up to it
- Your inner critic wants you to use an easier word
- You wrote it down somewhere, and it’s time to find that
If you do remember it, what have you done with the word you chose? Is it supporting you? Are you using it as a tool? Is it something you think of every day?
Do you use it in your journal? Do you use it to be creative–in your thoughts, in your music, dance, singing, parenting, idea creation?
My word was “heart,” and I think about it every day. I’m rebranding my business and re-inventing myself, and every decision is done with heart in mind. Is this what I really want? Does this feed my heart? Because if it doesn’t, I am not bringing it one step forward.
Tell me what’s happening in your world with your word.
—-Quinn McDonald is realizing that she chose a really demanding word of the year.