12 Responses to “aspire”

  1. Tracey says:

    My name for this year is Grace, although I am really loving your word and now wish I had thought of it :)!
    I make list of things I would like to do or learn, if I don’t get to them then they roll over to the next year, no pressure.
    Happiest of new Rachel, in everything that you do.

  2. swanski says:

    Happy New Year! I hope you can achieve all that you wish in 2012

  3. Heather says:

    Love that word. I think it fits this year so well. I think may word may be stretch or something like it. Stretch my skills, my comfort zone, my life. Happy New Year, Rachel.

  4. Jen says:

    That is brilliant!

  5. meghann says:

    I love this. I don’t *do* resolutions, but goals and aspirations? I’m all over that! Happy New Year, and may you reach all that to which you aspire! xo

  6. angie says:

    I love aspire! I”m in!

  7. Corrabelle says:

    Aspire, indeed. I’m not much for setting resolutions, or keeping them, but this is how I too look upon the new year. Beautiful!

  8. Cory says:

    My resolutions are simple: just do, feel, experience and see more of all the things I love.
    I wish you a wonderful 2012. I’ll be checking in!

  9. Jennifer says:

    Oh, I like aspire. That doesn’t make me feel so bad somehow. Having aspirations is a good thing right? That is what I tell my kiddos, so why not for me too. I love it. I am in. So here is one of mine…. in 2012 I ASPIRE to simplify my house, freeing it and ourselves of all the unwanted baggage and clutter, both figuratively and literally. This is a year long goal so I can take it slowly and it is a family effort so the pressure is off for me to go it alone.

    The very best in the new year to you and your family!

  10. Emily says:

    Happy New Year, Rachel. The motion God’s got me moving in embracing Joy and Patience in the midst of chaos by reminding myself to be Grateful in all moments. I’m loving Ann Voskamp’s book ‘One Thousand Gifts’ and will ‘aspire’ to make time to finish it. Blessings to you and your beautiful family.

  11. heal says:

    […] January, I chose the word aspire as one I would hold to through the year. Not a list of must-dos but an inspiration to let go of […]

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