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Great goal for 2014! Love it. And good job on your 2013 goals.

My goals definitely mimic yours. SLOW intentional life. Love it!

Love it Bobbi. Such a perfect word. That scripture was part of the sermon at our first service at our church almost 2 years ago. Will remember it always.

My word for 2014 is CREATE (art, creativity, memories, healthy body, strong family foundations, traditions…) this word means so many things to me. So excited for 2014!!!!

May God continue to bless you and your family

Beautiful family

I made goals, not resolutions this year. And like you, I want to slow down, relax, and enjoy more this year 🙂

Awesome! Very cool to hear about how you’ve really centered your life around Him this year. What a blessing your little one has been already. So happy for you.
Best in 2014!

I love your word. It’s one I could use in some respects but in others I need to ramp up. I’m not choosing a word but I am trying out a new phrase, “How can I be an optimist about this?” which I’ve stolen from the Bastille song, “Pompeii”. The turn of phrase just stuck with me.

Happy New Year to you Bobbi!

Love this. My word for the year is courage. 🙂

My word for 2014 is SIMPLIFY. I want to declutter, organize, and make life easier. A big part of this for me is going to be in simplifying my eating and workout plans; the complicated stuff is too hard to remember and too hard to stick with long term.

This year is also about building my home into a cozy place for my family. The husband and I have our list of home improvements for this year with the goal of knocking them out of the way so we can focus on travel in 2015 🙂

I love this resolution and the scripture you pulled it from! My word for the year is JOY!! 🙂

My one little word is SHINE.
2013 was for rebuilding and now it’s time to SHINE! 🙂

I used The Wheel of Life by Zig Ziglar to make my goals again this year. There are seven different categories and I made 2-3 goals in each area. Did this last year and it helped me focus in areas of my life I would have ignored otherwise. A word that comes to mind would be contentment. This is a year of big changes and it can be difficult to not compare myself to others.

Comparing myself to others is such a problem for me right now! How do you plan to manage this, Emily?

I love this! I am trying to slow down more this year, too. I also do a theme or word for the year and make way too many goals! This year’s theme is “Radiate!”

I did make some resolutions this year – I broke them into personal, career, and fitness. I have a lot I want to do this year and there are a lot of changes coming for us so my other goal is to simply be open and willing for change as it comes. I need to be able to be supportive and focused on my family as we go through this year!

yeahhh for SLOW I love it and couldn’t agree more. I want to enjoy each day more instead of always focusing on where I am going.

I have to say that I LOVE this. Thanks for being transparent. It’s so easy to look up to women (and I definitely look up to you!) and think, I WISH I had this or that. I am newnly married and my husband and I work opposite schedules. We are both military and it’s been really hard to find a time to pray together. Most of the time, it doesn’t happen. This is a big goal for us this year but I felt so relieved just reading that. Not that I am happy it didn’t work for you! Just glad I can relate.

You also inspired me to make a bigger list for this year!

I have a few goals that I blogged about the other day and my word is DELIGHT – I wanted to blog about it tonight but not going to happen until tomorrow!

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