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A Word for the Year

Lucretia ScruggsComment
A Word for the Year

I’ve been giving this a lot of thought lately. What will be the word that defines how I want to move forward into the new year? Words like overflow, victory, intentional kept coming to mind but trying to choose just one was problematic. So I decided that the word to encompass all those words would be multidimensional.

Dress: Vintage; Shoes: Express; Purse: Vintage Prada

Dress: Vintage; Shoes: Express; Purse: Vintage Prada

The one lesson I learned in 2018 is that my purpose is multifaceted and I’m not defined by just one thing that I do or that I am good at. And why should the way I approach the new year be any different. God made me dynamic and that is how I want to embrace the new year. That is how I plan to live my life going forward, seeing myself as more than one thing. Growing up I had a one track mind and that was to become an attorney. I thought it would be the answer to everything. God had a different opinion. And over the last few years I’ve learned there is so much more to me and to my purpose. Of course balance and prioritizing is important, but understanding how to tap into each part of your self is important as well. It gives me so much confidence being able to see myself as many things and understanding that I can own all of them.

My prayer for 2019 is that victory, overflow and intentionality be realized in all areas of my life. Honey, I’m praying that this year blow my mind. Safety and mediocrity are out and being fearless is in. Not so much being without fear but not letting it dictate the steps that I take. So cheers to being multidimensional and allowing God to move in my life in a myriad of ways. There is no ceiling to how I pray that His glory displays itself in my life.

I pray that your greatest hopes and dreams be realized in the new year as well. Comment and let me know what you think and what your word or words for the year are.

With Love,

Cree

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