One Little Word: June

One Little Word: JuneI have really loved taking Ali EdwardsOne Little Word class this year (my word is open). A little burst of inspiration, all ready for you, awaits you in your inbox on the first of every month. One of the fun things about it, though, has been making the exercises my own. OLW is designed for an 8 1/2 x 11 format, so I always change it to a 12 x 12 to fit my Project Life album. And sometimes the prompts are print-outs, which, instead of filling in, I transform into a collection of little papers, each answering one of the questions. I love the way it looks, especially since I’m a bright color addict.

One Little Word: JuneI didn’t think too hard about the questions–I just let the answers come to me, and I felt that they were right.

One Little Word: JuneThere’s been a lot of magic in how my word has played out so far this year.

One Little Word: JuneAnd a few challenges. But I never brook challenges without trying to think of ways to overcome them.

One Little Word: JuneI love how this word spread out across the bottom. It’s so true! Even when I am dragging my heels to the computer or the craft table, I always come away feeling so refreshed.

One Little Word: JuneIt’s always such a positive experience to reflect on the things that you’re proud of.

One Little Word: JuneThis was a bit of a random thought, but I’m glad it’s included here.

One Little Word: JuneBut the most fun part by far was to set three audacious goals for the rest of the year. I let the idea simmer for a few days before I wrote them down, and I feel really happy with them. The third one is covered up–it’s a little project I’m not quite ready to share yet. But it was great to get it in writing and commit to it. I’ll share it as soon as I can. Do you have a word for this year? I would love to hear how it’s going for you!

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