Sunday, January 5, 2014

2014 One Little Word

Hi friends!  I hope you are all doing well.  We are doing pretty good.  Avery and I both had birthdays.  Parker will go back to school tomorrow and Brady on Tuesday.  Yay for school!  ;)  Other than that, it's the same old stuff around here.  

Today, I'm sharing my One Little World for 2014.  One Little Word is a concept by Ali Edwards.  You can read about it on her blog HERE.  Instead of making resolutions, I've decided to pick a word and try to work on it the best I can.  I've picked words in past years and honestly, I have no kept up with them.  Here's hoping that this year I can stick with "Accomplish."  

ac·com·plish

  [uh-kom-plish]  Show IPA
verb (used with object)
1.
to bring to its goal or conclusion; carry out; perform; finish: to accomplish one's mission.

Last year, my word was "Savor" and while I did try to savor as much as possible, I don't think I ever reached the potential of my OLW.  This year, I need to pull out of "I don't know what the heck I'm doing" mode and into accomplishing.  Having three kids is really hard for me.  I feel like I never know which direction is up.  This year will be about setting things in order and getting things done.  Easier said than done though.  Wish me luck as I set on my journey to "accomplish."  




6 comments:

  1. Ashely, I know you can accomplish all of your endeavors! You have always been a go-getter. Wishing you some peaceful & balanced moments in the midst of all you do. Working and having a family is intensely challenging and disorienting work, yet with it brings the sweetest joys. Savor in that you are an amazing accomplished woman and art-ista who has a grown a beautiful & awesome family!

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  2. Great word! can't wait to see how much you get done this year!

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  3. Happy Birthday to you and Avery! Congratulations on picking a word...that is the first step! :) The nice thing about one little word is that you can reflect upon your word as much as you are able throughout the year...I like that (unlike with a specific goal) there is no fail. Wishing you all the best as you set out to accomplish things!

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  4. Great word. It helps me to make lists and then check off items when I finish(accomplish) a task. Accomplishment is like the old saying "How do you eat an elephant"? Answer One bite at a time. While, I'm here: just wondering who was your winner in the 2013 Top Ten Blog Hop.
    isoscia at aol dot com

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  5. 3 kids is incredibly hard! Ava is two and am still adjusting! I chose BELIEVE this year!

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  6. 3 kids is incredibly hard! Ava is two and am still adjusting! I chose BELIEVE this year!

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