#OneWord2016: Focus

With a couple of weeks away from blogging, fewer messages posted in 140-characters or less,  and really unplugging from most things digital over the winter break — I have finally selected my #OneWord2016 to direct my resolution-less new year: Focus Flickr image c/o Mark Hunter My previous #OneWords the past two years were now and simplify, so word focus seems… Continue reading #OneWord2016: Focus

#TBT Blog

#TBT Blog Post #3: Resoluting. #oneword2015

In honor of the new year, I thought I would see how I resolved to do better in the past. I still agree with my earlier sentiments, as I will stick with reasonable goals and good behaviors for 2015 (like I have been working on in 2014). I typically have a few projects on the… Continue reading #TBT Blog Post #3: Resoluting. #oneword2015


#OneWord2014: Simplify

sim·pli·fy ˈsimpləˌfī/ verb verb: simplify; 3rd person present: simplifies; past tense: simplified; past participle:simplified; gerund or present participle: simplifying. make (something) simpler or easier to do or understand. “an overhaul of court procedure to simplify litigation” synonyms: make simple/simpler, make easy/easier to understand, make plainer,clarify, make more comprehensible/intelligible; More antonyms: complicate That’s it. That’s all. Forget the #oneword213 = ACTION. Here’s to living… Continue reading #OneWord2014: Simplify

Professional Development, Reflections

#oneword2013 = ACTION

It’s that time of year… time to consider the #oneword2013. I think I embodied my #oneword2012, fantabulous, so I thought I might as well give #oneword2013 a go. 2013 has a great deal in store for me – there are a number of projects, deadlines, objectives, and initiatives I want to accomplish this year. My one… Continue reading #oneword2013 = ACTION


More Than [One] Word[s] #oneword2012 #fantabulous

The new year is upon us and my PLN has already been quite busy setting goals and making new year’s resolutions. During some of this new year happenings, came the appearance of  the #oneword2012 movement. I thought  – how can I find just one word to represent the  year ahead. There are just so many… Continue reading More Than [One] Word[s] #oneword2012 #fantabulous