ACCOMPLISH (My Word For 2015)

It seems like everyone is coming up with some sort of power word for the new year. ¬†I’ve never done it before, but I think it’s time to at least try. ūüôā ¬†My word for this year is¬†accomplish.

My Word for 2015 Accomplish

You see, I’m totally ADD. ¬†Well, I was diagnosed as a child, but I’ve not been treated for it for 15 years or so. ¬†I just deal with it, because it mostly just means I buy 16 cookbooks and some kitchen utensils and then lose interest and start going out to eat instead. ¬†It also means that I’ll plan out an entire year’s curriculum for a subject, spending 10 hours and several sheets of paper and even type it up, only to decide that I don’t really want to teach that subject this year anyway.

It makes me sad to feel like a flake. ¬†I hate feeling like I can’t ever just stinking finish something! ¬†No, I want to ACCOMPLISH what I set forth to do. ¬†I would love for 2015 to be the year that I rock at the follow-through. ¬†(That was my original word choice, but it didn’t sound as powerful.)

This isn’t to say that I’ll necessarily follow through and accomplish¬†everything I start this year. ¬†If it’s not worth my time, even if I’ve invested something into it already, then it’s obviously okay to cut my losses.

However, I do think that if I’m going to join a Diet Bet (ahem – I’ve joined 2 and another, smaller weight loss challenge), or I’m going to choose to homeschool my children this academic year, or if I have a goal to blog 3 times a week, or if I want to be more purposeful with the time I spend with my kids,¬†I need to make an effort and ACCOMPLISH those goals. ¬†

I would love to hear what your word is for 2015!

How are you going to change things for the better?

About Jennifer Land

Jenn lives in Fort Worth, Texas with her husband and 5 children. The family likes to eat healthy and try new recipes. Jenn homeschools all of the kids. She is heavily involved with local bloggers and is slightly addicted to social media.

Comments

  1. Awesome post! Love your word and I think I could use some accomplishing as well, my goal for the New Year is to slow down and enjoy my 3 boys!
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  2. Oh my goodness, I can relate so much! I have SPD, which as an adult, is often misdiagnosed as ADD and OCD (yes, together – I like things neat but can’t focus to keep it that way!) This is an amazing word for 2015. I pray you have a blessed year!
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