One Word. Encapsulate the year 2010 in one word. Explain why youâ€™re choosing that word. Now, imagine itâ€™s one year from today, what would you like the word to be that captures 2011 for you?
I’ve resisted writing the word scattered for the past two hours.Â But it won’t leave my mind.Â This year has felt like a year of flitting from here to there and back again.Â Not in a physical sense, but inÂ aboutÂ every other sense imaginable.Â I’ve started projects that just to see them hang on for dear life after a short amount of time.Â I’ve slowly removed myself from communication with friends I treasure.Â Not out of wanting to remove them from my life but out of my lack of focus on keeping in touch with them as much as I would like.Â I’ve repeatedly promised myself that I would do such-and-such at a set time, only to let my plans slip by the wayside.Â I’ve let time slip away, and it has left me feeling a little empty.Â I could dwell on it with frustration but I won’t.Â Instead I need to use it as a jumping off point to a life fully lived.
Choosing those things in life that are especially important to me and experiencing them to the fullest.Â Being present.
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