Fill Out the One Word Survey + November One Word Linkup

One Word Linkup

Share Your One Word Update

Link your One Word blog post below. Share an update about your One Word in the comments.

Almost There

You’ve almost reached the end of the year with your One Word!

Is there anything more you’d like to do with your word before the year ends? Catch us up with a current update as well as any last-minute plans you’d like to accomplish. Link up a blog post or share in the comments.

Take the Survey

Will you take this short survey about your experience with our One Word 2022 community?

It will help with planning for 2023. All answers are anonymous.

The November linkup will remain open from Tuesday, November 22, through Wednesday, November 30.

The final linkup for One Word 2022 will be on Thursday, December 22.

Remember to add discussion in our One Word Facebook group if you’re online there. Each link here will be shared there throughout the month.

Sign ups will begin soon for NEW people to join our One Word 2023 group! 


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6 thoughts on “Fill Out the One Word Survey + November One Word Linkup

  1. Donna B Reidland

    I didn’t focus on a word. I often focus on a passage of Scripture, but this year it was more on a particular purpose. I do always enjoy reading posts from all of you ladies who did. Blessings as you finish up your year.

  2. Ruth Edmonds

    My one word this year is faithful. When I began to think about this word back in January it was to remind myself to be faithful to the things in my life I knew were good……..God, family, church, work, friends, groups, health, growth. etc. and do it well! As the year progressed, though, I started seeing all the ways God was so faithful to me! He was faithful in so many big ways, but also in just little things I began to notice and appreciate in my everyday world.

  3. Lynn

    I love reading comments by others about their One Word! I think I’ll be continuing with the same One Word of Intentional for next year. I’ve learned to intentionally take the pressure off myself. Relationships can trump my intentional to-do list, I learned, and that is okay, as family and friends are high up on my Core Values list! So, I’ve been intentional about following my Core Values (that I really hadn’t set out to do…).

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