“D” is our 4th activity in Living Your Word of the Year A-Z Challenge. Dig deeper to discover more about your word by finding relevant Scripture & Quotes. This part is so important to me, I would do it even if I wasn’t doing the A-Z challenge, because it helps me live more intentionally focused on what’s important to me. I hope you find the suggestions helpful.
Get inspired with our first Washi Tape Adventure, featuring creative ways to use Washi Tape. I’m also exploring the style of the mid-1900s with Mid-Century modern style. It’s so fun!
This post is 3rd in the A-Z Word of the Year Challenge: C for Creating a Cairn. Build on your word using words & stones, actual stones or in a journal. Visual inspiration & Scripture included.
In this post is a how-to-video walking through painting papers and making a journal page spread. It is elegant and doable, so anyone can do it. It features my newly designed Stones & Pebbles tiling stencils. Also included are inspirational artworks showing various ways to use stencils.
I’m excited about some discoveries and insight found about light, the color of light, and the symbolism of the primary colors of light and the colors of pigment.
This post shares a visual Ignatian prayer process in being present to God’s presence in light of reflecting on a Word of the Year.
This post shows the pages set up at the beginning of my Word of the Year 2019 in a Leuchtturm1917 journal. It also works well in a Moleskine or similar type journal. Photos and descriptions of pages and materials used are included.
This is the first post in a series that will be ongoing throughout 2019. I will be posting an inspirational A-Z Chronological Challenge every other Tuesday this year and recording my Word exploration in a Leuchtturm1917 journal.. The posts will include questions, activities, and Scripture to help you focus on your word in a fresh way.
This post shows calendar pages done for 2018 and how-to videos for a whole new look in 2019 in a Leuchtturm1917 journal. It also works well in a Moleskine or similar type journal. Included are questions to prompt inspiration on finding your word of the year. You can also join our Facebook Group about living your Word of the Year.
Advent Inspiration – Devotional Journal & the Message of Love & Mercy This Fourth Sunday in Advent brings the message of Love. This post focuses on the Love and Mercy of God to us, and on the meaning of “Noel” The Hebrew word for love is ahava, an intimate knowing and sacrificial giving. Love really is the answer. God knew that so he took action. “God has shown us his love by sending his only Son into the world so that we could have life through him. This is love: not that we have loved God, but that he loved us… Read More