I spent more time experiencing than publishing this year, but I couldn’t let my annual tradition go unobserved. This year drilled deep into my heart. So much pain, so much revelation, and more hope than ever before. I don’t know if I can create an accurate list of everything that enriched me in the last twelve months, but I’ll try. And as always, I encourage you to take some time to reflect and do the same.
2013 is your year. Take it.
Serendipity is a melodious word meaning God’s good favour.
St. Louis really does make fantastic ribs.
The best teaching method is example.
There is something more dangerous for your productivity than your first six months on Facebook. But now you have the fanciest looking nails, know 15 ways to braid your hair, and can whip up the best avocado-flavoured fondant quinoa bacon cheesecake cups for next week’s pot luck lunch.
If you wait long enough and reach out far enough within your networks, yes, “things” will always happen in threes. But sometimes, it hits close to home, all three times, in three and a half weeks. And it hurts so bad.
It is never too late to shut off the autopilot and begin seeking out your best life and best relationships, and at the same time there’s no time to lose.
I, the one who could barely finish the magic mile back in high school (ask Hubby; he’ll proudly share the whole story with you), taught myself to run 10km straight this summer. *pats self on the back
Online shopping is a beautiful thing. So is Tarzhay coming to Canada.
Don’t knock it ’till you try it.
You can’t take yourself too seriously. That’s no fun.
Want to feel something indescribable? Surround yourself with 27,000 like-minded people for three days.
Your children do not get younger. And your job never finishes.
Hindsight is 20/20. But if you focus, look and listen hard enough, so is foresight.
I finally really love reading now.
“When you gossip, you hex yourself.” – Iyanla Vanzant
You think you know, but you have no idea.
You can choose hope, joy, mercy, forgiveness, love…in fact, you must.