Posts Tagged ‘intentional’

New Year’s Resolution Jar

I don’t do New Year’s Resolutions, but I have a friend who shared a great idea. Instead of a typical resolution, Ashley and her husband, Nathan, have creatively thought up 52 ideas to put into a jar. Each week, they will choose one to do for a weekly resolution. Something tells me this will be […] Read more…

Christmas: Why do we do this again?

Yesterday I was standing in Kohl’s, staring at dress socks — debating between black and brown and blue, plain or patterned — all in the name of one more thing to put in my husband’s stocking, when I overhead two older ladies say, “I just can’t wait until this is over.” They were referring to […] Read more…

Battling the mile 22s

A few weeks ago, I trotted out to the Twin Cities Marathon to cheer on some friends. If you’ve ever run a marathon, then I salute you. Seriously, you’re crazy, you’re determined, you’re a marathoner! If you’ve never watched people run a marathon, then you must add it to your bucket list, because it is […] Read more…

Why my ‘one word’ makes me uncomfortable

I don’t do New Year’s Resolutions. Never have. I think the thing I don’t like the most about them is that it makes people focus on things they don’t like about themselves, like their weight. Never mind that only 8% percent of those who make resolutions actually achieve them. I’m the type of person who, […] Read more…