One Word 2022 Linkup—February

Share Your One Word Update

Do you still remember your One Word of the year? Share an update about your One Word in the comments.

And if you’ve written a blog post, link up below.

3 Challenges for your One Word

Here are 3 sensory challenges with your word for the next 30 days:

1. SEE IT

Put your word where you can see it often. Write it on a post-it note to stick on your refrigerator. Make a wallpaper design for your phone. Or go all out and create a vision board for your office.

2. HEAR IT

Listen to a song that is themed around your word (it doesn’t have to include your actual word). Record yourself reading a quote about your word that you can listen to. Save the spot on your audio Bible that contains a scripture you’ve chosen about your word.

3. TOUCH IT

Find a way to connect your body with your word.

Examples:

  • For HOPE, put your hand on your heart and imagine filling it full of hope.
  • For JOY, do a little dance each morning.
  • For GRATITUDE, put your hands together in thanks to God for the good things God’s given you this week.

Giveaway Winner

Congratulations to Bev! She was the random winner of our January linkup contest.

She received this beautiful wooden tray made just for her by Randy Flowers with Bev’s one word, JOY. Thanks again, Randy!

Follow Randy on Instagram @woodshopmade to see more of his amazing work.

This linkup will remain open through Monday, February 28.

The next One Word linkup will open on Tuesday, March 22 (every One Word linkup in 2022 will be on the 22nd).


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21 thoughts on “One Word 2022 Linkup—February

  1. Jerralea Winn Miller

    I do appreciate your gentle reminders about our One Word! It gave me the idea to write about my word during the Write28Days challenge. I’m behind on the challenge but so far I have 10 posts all about decluttering possessions and mind sets. Itt’s definitely keeping my word, Purge, in the front of my thinking.

  2. Lois Flowers

    Lisa, I’ve been noticing music with the word “dawn” in the title. Just this week, Randy and I went to a concert at our local university and choir sang one like this. The Pride and Prejudice soundtrack also includes a title named “Dawn,” which my daughter pointed out to me. So fun.

    1. LisaNotes Post author

      That’s awesome that you’ve been finding songs with Dawn in the title! I need to be watching closer for songs with Release. (Sounds like a job for Google…) 🙂

  3. Horace Williams Jr

    I so appreciate all you do with this One Word Group, Lisa. I’m excited to finish a post this weekend that involves the word “Endurance.” Kind of a scary word to embrace, but I am trusting my Lord and Savior as I begin a New Year.

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