Unravelling a New Year

Many of you know about a little e-course called Unravelling that my friend Cass and I took over the summer. If you haven't seen it yet, you can find it on Susannah's lovely blog...ink on my fingers...and if you love photography or journalling and you want to learn more about yourself (and maybe make a few new online friends) it's definitely worth a look.

Anywho...Susannah has provided a lovely little worksheet for Unravelling The Year Ahead to anyone who would like to connect with where they are today and where they would like to go over the next year. It's creative and insightful and even answering just one of the questions can provide motivation for a joyful and fulfilling year.

The first question is "What is your word for 2010?" Last year my word was "joyful" as noted in the title of my special little blog, but as I start a new year, I think a new word to live by is in order. Joyful will forever be the emotion that I wish to feel for the rest of my life, but what would be a good word to motivate, generate, and inspire me through the new year?

*ponder, ponder, ponder*

*think, think, think*

Hmmmm. I think I'm going to need a little help with this one. Maybe Christine Kane can help me with her Word of the Year Discovery Tool.
What would yours be?

1 comment

  1. I downloaded Susannah's Unravelling worksheet, but I haven't started it yet. My Word for the Year is Clarity. I want to figure out what I want and how to get it.

    Have you seen Goddess Leonie's Workbook and Planner?