Thursday, December 31, 2009


I've never been one for New Year's Resolutions. I've always felt like I didn't really have any goals that needed to be dragged out over an entire year. But I think my feelings on the subject have changed. I'd like to make a few goals to keep up for an entire year. I feel like in my life with these wonderful little kids, it's too easy to just let time pass. To just be thankful that I made it alive through that one day and then wake up and do it again the next day. I should be working on more than just living life. I should be working on living life better.

I've seen on some blogs that they choose a "Word of the Year" or something like that. A theme for the year, basically, summed up into one word. So I've decided to keep my individual New Year's Resolutions to myself, but to share with you my Word of the Year.


Pretty vague, I know. But the idea is that that one word will remind me of all my individual resolutions in all their different areas - to increase my spirituality, physical strengths, mothering skills, wifely duties, and cleanliness.

So welcome to my Year of Increase! Let the increase begin!

*As "bonus reading", this talk may help you understand what I am thinking when I say "increase".

1 comment:

angela michelle said...

sounds like a very cool concept. i'll have to look at that talk. reminds me of mom's increase my territory (or whatever it is). have you read her prayer of jabez book?