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Here We Go!

| written by Alece Ronzino | 28 comments


Welcome to the all new One Word 365! 

I am so excited about our new online home! The team at Cross & Crown did an absolutely incredible job designing and developing our site! Thank you, thank you, thank you!

Well, it’s time to start thinking of your One Word for 2014… What do you want to focus on this coming year? Who do you want to be? 

Your word can be anything you want. All that matters is that it has personal meaning for you. It can be something tangible or intangible. It can be a thought, a feeling, an action, a character trait. Your word will stand as a reminder, a nudge. Something you can reflect on, that will challenge you, inspire you. A touchstone you can return to time and time again to help you stay the course this year…

Maybe a word has already risen to the surface for you, or maybe you need to let the idea bump around in your head for a while still. Either way, I’m fairly confident your word will find you. 

You’ll probably have a love/hate relationship with your One Word. That’s okay. If it doesn’t scare you at least a little, it’s probably not the right word.

In the meantime, 2013 isn’t over yet. The whole point of One Word 365 is living with intentionality—so before moving on to a new word for a new year, let’s be intentional to examine the road we’ve been on. Pause long enough to process through your year and how your One Word impacted it. If you write a year-end post about your journey, we’d love to read it! Leave the link in a comment or tag us on Facebook and Twitter so we are sure to see it. 

Here’s to finishing strong, and starting a new journey, together!

After pioneering a nonprofit in South Africa for 13 years, Alece Ronzino now lives in Nashville, TN. She’s a vacation rental management firm owner, freelance copywriter/editor, and the founder of One Word 365. More importantly, she dances in the car, talks with her hands, and makes a mean guacamole. Follow Alece on Instagram and Twitter, and visit her blog, Grit and Glory.