My mantra for 2012 is living fully.
For the past few years, at the start of each new year, a few bloggers name three words that will guide them for the upcoming year. Yesterday, Chris Brogran and Susan Murphy wrote their three words for 2012. I must admit that twice I wrote three words but didn’t do much with them. I suspect that I didn’t spend as much time as I should, choosing my three words.
After I read All Fall Down by Megan Hart, which I will talk about tomorrow on Booked for Mentoring, while I was having a delayed reaction to the book, living fully seeped into my consciousness, and it seemed appropriate that that’s what I should be focusing on for 2012. I knew without a doubt that living fully is my guiding light for 2012. I often hold myself back and play it safe, and now is the time to step out in a very big way.
I don’t know precisely what living fully will look like for me, but I will figure it out as I go along. Though I tremendously respect the bloggers who are using their three words to guide them for 2012, I’m going to be zagging and instead focus on my phrase living fully. That’s what I need in my life right now.
What will be your guiding light for 2012?
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