A 6WS: 2016 Word – Thy Name is Consistency!
Making resolutions seems to be something I have gotten good at (the list of resolutions I have made in the past look so wonderful and doable – you can see them here, here, and here as well as here for a few of them) but keeping them is where I fail – drastically! This time around, my plan is to try to make resolutions I can keep and keep the resolutions I make – the key is consistency. So this is my word for the year – CONSISTENCY. Consistency in not just resolution-keeping but in everyday habits.
The wish I had for my friends for the new year was the one below:
So, here is a treasure map for myself – one full of resolutions, slightly altered from the ones I made before and hope to discover treasures each day – the ones that make you smile, that show you life is wonderful – and to surprise myself with having found the treasure chest of kept resolutions at the end!
To start this off, the reading challenges I am joining this year are the ones below:
1. What’s in a Name hosted by The Worm Hole
2. NetGalley and Edelweiss hosted by Falling for YA Level – Silver – 25 Books
3. Read Harder hosted by The Book Riot
4. Monthly Keyword hosted by My Soul Called Life
11 thoughts on “2016 Word – Thy Name is Consistency!”
It looks like you've taken on some interesting challenges. I'm going to check them out and maybe join in a couple! I love your treasure map. You've got some good steps there!
Thank you Kim.. and I hope to do my best here.
Love the word you've chosen (I could use some of that myself!), and also the wonderful idea of the treasure map. Well done! All the very best to you in 2016. 🙂
thank you Laurel and I know I need a lot of it too.. thanks for your wishes and your comments about the map..it was fun creating it, and while i was doing it, my DD (all of 9 years) wanted to make one too – and I said that she could, as long as one of the resolutions was to write in her journal regularly – she is yet to work on the map now:)
Love your map. Thanks for choosing to participate in the WF reading challenge.
thank you Kathryn, and hoping I can finish the challenge..
I'm so glad you've decided to join the Keyword Reading challenge; wishing you all the best in the year ahead 🙂
thank you, it is going to be fun..
Best of luck for your challenges!