My Three Words for 2014

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It took me thirteen days to select my words for 2014. In 2011, 2012, and 2013, I chose one word per year: Abundance, Balance and Clarity. I loved my words and pondered them often, actually found that having a word was more positive for me than making a list of resolutions. I wrote the words on my bathroom mirror in lipstick and taped a list to my computer along with my gratitude and desire list.

Thanks to Chris Brogan for inspiring this post. He says, “The idea is that the words you choose will go past being a simple goal and will become part of the way you identify yourself, and thus, a guiding light for your efforts.” Here’s to that. My three words for 2014 are…

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Community:  How can I connect with my community more authentically? I can write more letters, re-establish my communities, build my PR business, volunteer, write my new blog as a way of inspiring others.

Create: Create art, be colorful, perfect my photography and visual story telling, read more, travel, create great PR campaigns, take pictures in Africa. I can take more risks.

Growth: Expand my love, my service, my writing, my interests, my business, my hobbies, my travel, my knowledge, my health and well being, my money.

So there you have it, I’m excited to see what happens. Do you have a word, or three, for 2014?

Photos by Nancy Moon; Photos of Nancy Moon contributed by Steve Gordon, Karen Quinn

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  • Suzi Banks Baum

    What glee Moon! I too have three words and I will create a post for you and share it. The first two surfaced for me quickly, then the third came running in and it has made a lot of impact already. xo S

    • Suzi, yes, please share it with me! Thanks for the comment, I’m going to watch your blog too!

  • TheBarnRules

    I just LOVE this idea! Much more positive and inspiring than making resolutions.

    • Hi, yes, I find that it has more possibilities, at least for me! Thanks for commenting!

  • Joanne Tombrakos

    I have three!! Abundance, Joy and Love!!

    • Oh, Joanne! I like your Abundance, Joy and Love. Perfect. Thanks for having your eyes on my new blog :).

  • Meg Farrer

    This is fabulous. What a great way to live!

    • Well, hello Meg, Thanks for reading my blog, makes me smile :).

  • Leonaura Rhodes

    great blog Nancy! good to see yesterday: living your 3 words! Mine are Health, Happiness, Success! I’m planning for a fabulous 2014 too!

    • The event was good! Thanks for commenting. I just saw, read and commented on your great blog on Hearst Blog about eating well. Keep in touch.

  • Laura

    Great words! Love the idea of a word(s) vs resolutions!! Love the pics:)

    • Thank you, Laura! Appreciate you reading.

  • Steve Gordon

    i am so thrilled to see you’ve started your blog. what creative topics and great pictures.

  • Nancy, I love love love your three words, and I love your description of how they will inspire you for 2014. They inspire me too!!!! My three words are Grow, Breath and Celebrate. 🙂

    • Hi Emily, your three words are terrific! Thanks for checking out my new blog (I have four posted), you know it’s been my goal for some time. Thanks for all of your support, too. N

      • Congratulations, Nancy! Your blog is beautiful, and so you! I love your posts and can’t wait to read more!!!!! xoxo

  • Lori Sutherland

    Nancy- I am sitting with my messy collage pictures not glued down and all sorts of words are swirling through as the month passes. Thank you for your simplicity and inspiration. I always need that day to day!

    • Hi Lori, you have so many great ideas for this year, can’t wait to see them in living color! {thanks for commenting, too!}

  • Susan

    Love this post Nancy! Thank you.

  • Nicole’

    Nancy, I so love this post! I want to be like you when I grow up!

    • You are so nice, Nicole’. Right back at you! Thanks for reading!

  • sara moulton

    I enjoyed reading this, and it’s so authentic and so you. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  • Jacqueline Boone

    Great words, Nancy! How do you feel it turned out? Last year, my word was “freedom.” I’m still pondering 2015’s word. I’ll let you know what I come up with! 😉