Tuesday, 8 January 2019

TMST


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January 8th: What word or phrase you chose to inspire you for 2019?

*insert something witty, and smart. Thought provoking and inspiring.*

*real life: Ehhhh, none?*

I guess I could lie together something, but truth is, I have nothing. I hardly even noticed a new year arrived.

I will leave this one for all you smart ones out there!


32 comments:

  1. I know a lot of people who do choose a word but I've never felt compelled to.

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  2. Ha! I have a phrase I found but my hand hurts too much to type lol

    I'm not big on resolutions or anything specific though.

    Karen @ For What It's Worth

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  3. its nothing to do with smart Blodeuedd you're smart too and I totally agree real life for me makes projecting the future an impossibility. I just try to put one foot in front of another and not fall on my face! :)

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    1. Aww thanks. I like those words, those are ones to live by

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  4. I don't get all excited for a new year the way others do. For me it's just another day.

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  5. I know many people that will go for a word for the year but I have never done it.

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    1. I would keep it for one then and then forget it

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  6. You are not alone. Why rely on one word to inspire you when there are limitless possibilities?

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    1. I do like it, but like you say, anything can inspire and should

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  7. awww. I let google help me find a good couple quotes ;)

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  8. Totally agree with Debbie - you are smart and busy living I am sure! Mine is that simple word Move - and it does sort of work for me, other years no word has really got me going but this one I think will be a good guide.

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    1. Yours was awesome! I loved it. It is so multifaceted.

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  9. I don't have a word. Just a feel. I want to be better organized and focused. Hahaha. Sounds good for about two months when life catches up with me. Ugh.

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    1. I think...hmmm...I'd like to throw away things that I do not need. Whatever the word is for that

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  10. Oh my goodness, I hate these sorts of exercises too because I never really think about stuff like this. Life just goes on and you do the best you do, you know?

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

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    1. Yes! A new year. New possibilities , but that is every day, every year

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  11. I do pick words, but its not something life altering and I don't think it says something bad if someone doesn't choose a word or phrase. It's not like the words are magical. LOL (but wouldn't that be cool...)

    I've gone with with 'joy' for the last few years to remind myself to look for the good even when life doesn't seem good.

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    1. Oh then I would def pick one if it was magical!

      I like that, we all new joy

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  12. Love your honesty. You never cease to make laugh. Here’s to a wonderful new year for you.

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  13. I am trying for balance this year but honestly I don't know what I am doing most days.

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  14. I have a lot of friends that do this. I don't do words or resolutions. But I do try to live the best life I can and strive to be a good mom, wife, friend and human. :-)

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  15. I wouldn't know what I would put for this one either.

    Melanie @ Hot Listens & Books of My Heart

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