One Word 365


One little word can make a big difference.

No resolutions.

No list of goals.

Just one word.

And a commitment to focus on it all year long.

Your word will shape you, guide your decisions, and help you grow. And you’ll discover the big impact one word can make.

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11 Responses to “One Word 365”
  1. anne says:

    one word 2011 helped a lot even if I stumbled on it a bit late. now I’m starting early. here’s my word for 2012. http://anne-writersspace.blogspot.com/2012/01/one-word-2012.html

  2. “Choose” is such a fantastic word! The world is wide open with possibilities for that one…have a lot of fun with it!

  3. JennyRain says:

    finally wrote my post…

  4. Cody Doll says:

    I click both pictures and they don’t lead anywhere.

  5. I’m new to OneWord365 this year. Discovered it through Karissa Sorrell, who will be guest-posting for you soon. My word for 2014 is MINDFULNESS. So happy to have found this treasure chest of folks on this journey.

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