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One Word for 2021

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When 2020 arrived, I had recently split with my husband of 17 years, sold our family home, and moved into a new apartment. The problem was that during the year of getting the house ready and sold, I turned away work. And I started the … Keep reading…

One Word for 2020

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I’m not sure what I was thinking when I decided on my one word for 2019. It was a week after my husband had told me he wanted to split up… and I chose EMBRACE as my guiding word for the coming year. At the … Keep reading…

One Word for 2019

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Reflecting back on this past year, the first thing I realized is that I didn’t define a ‘One Word’ for 2018. That’s because, as 2017 was rolling over to 2018, I was busy building a website and working hard with colleagues to launch Social Media … Keep reading…

Three Words for 2017

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‘Focus’ has been my ‘word of the year’ since January 2010. When I did a little checking to figure out that date, I was surprised at how long I’ve been focussed on focus. Perhaps I’m as focussed as I’m going to get. This year I’m … Keep reading…