Until a few years ago, come January I would write a list of goals and good intentions. I felt productive, optimist, effective. Within a few months, though, that list would mark the measure of my failures.
Now I choose a word that will represent the year I have in front of me, a word that will guide me, help me to make decisions and choose a path to follow. It is much more effective, and kind, to choose a word rather than listing down goals.
This year I chose intentionality as my 2020 word.
Which is your 2020 word? How do you want to feel this year?
Links to articles mentioned in this episode:
- Nicole Gulotta. The Benefits of Choosing a Word For the Year—Instead of Setting Goals
- My 2018 words: craft and seasonality https://en.julskitchen.com/other/craft-and-seasonality
- My 2019 word: simplicity https://en.julskitchen.com/savoury-cakes/butternut-squash-strudel
Don't miss the new episodes! Subscribe on your favorite audio player!
Rate and review the show. It will help us to be found on line and build up an appetite for Italian food. Share with your friends, too!