Happy New Year!! What’s your word for 2019?
2019 is approaching quickly- where did this year go?! I know that this was quite a challenging year for many people, and I hope that 2019 ends up being a much better year overall for everyone.
For the last 2 years, I have been choosing a word of the year to help with manifesting what I wanted to accomplish for that year.
For 2017, my word was FOCUS. I was about half way done with my degree and I had so many goals I wanted to accomplish so I wanted to stay focused. It did help to get a lot done!
For 2018, my word was BETTER. I wanted to learn to love myself better, feel better, and be a better person overall. This year I have absolutely changed as a human and I have learned the biggest lesson overall: in order to love others, you must first love yourself. After a lifetime of feeling like a burden to others thanks to everything I’ve been through, I’ve finally been able to get out of this mindset. Since I have been able to accept that I deserve deep healing finally, I’ve discovered that I have a bartonella infection holding me back and next year is going to be my time to finally finish my healing process.
So for 2019, my word is going to be THRIVE. I will heal this infection, I will continue to love myself in order to truly love others, and I will start THRIVING.
So set your intentions for 2019- pick a word! Some common words are:
- Less (as in less drama, less sugar, etc)
Your word can pretty much be anything as long as it means something to you. It might be something that just comes to you all of a sudden, or you can take a look through suggestions. Once you have your word, make it easier to remember. Make it your wallpaper on your phone or computer, make a vision board, make it your FB profile picture, or if you are artistic create a painting or drawing for a wall at home.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!! If one of your goals for the new year is take better care of yourself, be sure to sign up for email reminders of new posts (check the sidebar!), or work up to getting an HTMA so you can have a solid plan of action for yourself.