2019: My Word, PowerSheets Goals, Vision Board, Tools, + More!
My word of the year: DISCOVER
My prayer for this year is that it would be one of discovery —
of learning more about who God is, who I am, and who I am in Him
of diving deeper into Scripture with intentionality
of exploring my city and the world around me
of trying new things and being open to new possibilities
of saying yes to things that scare me
of staying curious and asking questions
of choosing joy and chasing fun
of reading widely and deeply
of taking healthy risks
of seeking, trying, learning, growing, healing, hoping, creating, loving, laughing, resting, stretching, strengthening, and so much more.
I cannot wait to see what this year brings to light within me, around me, and through me, all with the hopes that I may see Him more clearly.
ps— I get my word of the year engraved on a ring from this Etsy shop, and it’s the best daily reminder!
My PowerSheets Goals:
I am on a journey of discovery.
I am growing and evolving in my faith.
I am pursuing financial freedom.
I am using my words to glorify, unify, and edify.
I am letting people in and loving others well.
I am caring for and celebrating my body.
I am choosing joy and chasing fun.
My vision board:
My Bible reading plan:
I’m starting this year by studying the New Testament in 90 days, using this Bible Study Tools plan on the app as a way of tracking my progress! I’m using this parallel Bible (it has NIV, NLT, NKJV, and The Message all side by side!) and this incredible Women’s Bible Commentary that takes a fresh look at Scripture through a feminist perspective, highlighting women in ways I’ve never seen before (AMEN, amiright). I’m excited about it!
Other tools I’m using:
ps— there are affiliate links here, just a heads up!
2019 One-Year PowerSheets Intentional Goal Planner from Cultivate What Matters (use code MYBESTYEAR for 15% off your purchase from now until January 7, 2019!)
Agendio fully customizable planner — this is my calendar where I keep track of all my events and meetings and such, as well as daily to-dos
Moleskine journal — my catchall for all notes, Bible study, sermon notes, quotes I love, etc
Free seasonal reflection lists from Emily P. Freeman — to track what I’m learning in each season
Get to Work Book — to track projects at work and all the things I need to get done there
Free goal and habit tracker from Elise Blaha Cripe (sign up for her email newsletter and it should get sent to you as a download!) to track how many books I’m reading and how many yoga classes I go to
31 Things in 31 Days lists — I’m making a new one each month with a mix of fun and practical things I want/need to do that month! These often overlap with my PowerSheets goals from my tending lists.