2014

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Happy New Year  to you all! I hope you are all spending the first day of January 2014 in a way that is right for you.

I have come across this journal workbook that you may really enjoy completing. I have shared it with many of my close friends and I have been really impressed with how much they are into it. The idea is not to create “New Year Resolutions” but rather reflect about 2013 and ways that you may want to spend your time and energy in 2014. You are encouraged to find a “word” for the year and have that word be a focus for you. My word for 2013 was “Pause”. The word “Pause” truly allowed me to stop and be more mindful of the beauty around me and it also really tied in my photography wanderings. It prompted me to stop and really feel the little everyday moments, these moments being life.

I have come up with my word for 2014…

RE·VEAL

 :to make (something) known

: to show or prove that (someone) is a particular type of person

: to show (something) plainly or clearly : to make (something that was hidden) able to be seen

This word can be threaded through a few avenues of my life both professionally and personally. I am excited to see where this takes me.

I wish you all a wonderful 2014 filled with everything you hope and wish it to be.

Here is the link for the workbook for Unravelling The Year Ahead 2014. What will your word be?

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2 Responses to 2014

  1. Steph says:

    Beautiful pic Ash! Loving so much about it… the hazy sun, the leading lines, the negative space….yummy. xoxo

  2. Jill says:

    I’m really enjoying the workbook Ashley! Love your word. Can’t wait to “reveal” my word to you!

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