Monday, January 3, 2011

Word for the Year

SOLIDIFY
to unite firmly 
consolidate
become crystallized

This is the word I've chosen for 2011.  It represents a certain steadiness.  Clarity. 

Do you ever feel like you have too many irons in the fire?
I have felt this way many times.

  This year feels different.

It always helps me to write out my goals for the new year.
It feels like a fresh start and gives a greater sense of purpose.
I am excited about this year.

   Having several irons in the fire can be a good thing.  Passion and creativity are powerful forces.  They keep us moving forward and excited about life.  Focusing on a few of those irons is where I'm at right now. 

It's steadier.  More certain.
 Feels right.
Focused passion is a powerful thing.

I can't wait to see what 2011 will bring!
Clarity, unity and solidity are looking good this year.

Choosing a word for the year is so motivating.  Check out these fabulous blogs. They may help you choose your word for the year...
  

8 comments:

Carrie @ Cottage Cozy said...

...awesome word for the New Year! Good inspiration here at your blog!

Junebug Furniture and Design said...

Hi Laurie!
Solidify, uniting family...speaks to my heart!

Blessings, Glad & Cel

Andrea - Faded Plains said...

Choosing a word for the year is a great idea....hmmmm...off to think of one now.

Chelsea said...

I think that's a great word for the year :)

Sarah @ Modern Country Style said...

That's a fabulous New Year word. Last year was my year of solidifying everything I do. I cut out things that were making me unhappy and added on things that made me happy. It was a good year!

Sarahx

Lissa said...

I like how you put this! Like you've found your focus. My word is Thrive but I just haven't posted about it.

Anne Marie said...

Hi Laurie...just wanted to let you know I haven't forgotten about you...I had some unexpected turn of events - will get to you soon!

A Cottage Industry said...

I love the idea of a word for the year, and mine is BALANCE.
Happy New Year Laurie, (and thanks for crediting me in your post!)
Tracey