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3 More Ideas for Your One Word
Are you trying any of the 40 One Word challenges for Lent from our fellow One Worder Lisa Hite? She shared this wonderful challenge with us, and you can download your own copy here. Follow along with Lent if you’d like, or just spread and adapt the ideas all year round.
Here are 3 ideas from Lisa Hite’s list that you can try in the next 30 days.
1. FORTUNE COOKIE
If you were to crack open a fortune cookie, what fortune might you see with your One Word? Practice writing a fortune cookie message with your word and see where it takes you.
2. PERFECT WORD DAY
Try this journaling practice. Write a description of your perfect day living with your One Word.
3. GIVE IT AWAY
If you could gift your word to someone, who would you give it to? Why would you choose that person?
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Lisa, I’ve used the perfect day and also future day effectively in teaching journaling. Sometimes casting a vision for how something could be, by God’s grace, can give us hpe and encouragement to continue and, in my case, perhaps, FINISH! Love all your doing, and appreciate whoever wrote the Lenten Word challenge/ideas.
Oh and I’d give it to my precious brother who’s struggling far more than I.
The credit goes to Lisa Hite for the One Word ideas for Lenten. I’m not doing each one, but I am doing several a week and finding them useful! I haven’t done the “perfect day” one yet, but I have plans to.
I’m sure your brother would appreciate the gift of FINISH (as would any of us!).
Thanks for encouraging me to explore my word more this year.
It’s been good for me to be on this One Word journey with fellow blogging friends like you, Lauren!
What neat questions/ activities to get us thinking about our words!
I know! I appreciate Lisa Hite sharing her 40-Day Lent challenge with us for our One Words. She’s got so many good ideas.
Lisa, I am enjoying reading about others doing the Lenten challenge with their one words. I have not done many, mostly because I can’t see how they fit with my word, resilience and TIME! My plate is pretty full right now, and some of the activities require more time than I can afford. I do enjoy musing on the creativity of the ideas!
Yes, some of the challenges don’t fit well with my word either. I’m doing a few along the way though and enjoying it. Just thinking about them is still a good thing though, so you’re doing well, my friend. Some seasons are just busier than others.
I like how creative people get with their one Word!
Me, too, Lynn. I’m amazed at the creativity of other people. It helps me think of new things to do with my own word.
I love the idea of giving my word away! I would give it to my oldest daughter. She inherited my resistance to waiting ;).
I’m sure your daughter would appreciate the gift of waiting. Well, I’d guess most of us would appreciate it because most of us struggle with waiting ourselves! 🙂
I love the ideas for our one word for the year. Thank you for sharing.
It’s been so much fun to see all the creative ways that people work with their words!