What's your Work for 2022?

goals habits health and wellness personal development word of the year Jan 23, 2022

Throughout 2021, I spent the year leaning into the word: trust.

To me, this meant trusting my process, trusting myself, trusting my emotions, trusting my physical responses to moments and interactions and trusting that wherever I was, was right where I was meant to be.

Trust meant leaving my job, pursuing my dream, taking chances and investing in myself.

Trust meant believing that I am meant for more and with every day and every choice I make, I get closer to unlocking that.

Trust meant that whatever I chose and whatever happened, I would always find the lessons, growth, strength and resilience within myself.

2022 is upon us. Every year for the past few years, I have dedicated a word to push me, encourage me and guide me through the seasons. 2022 is no different.

This year, the word I choose to guide me is: emerge.

To me, emerge means: to come through, to come out, to fully step into my power.

To fully step aside from the version of me I've been hiding behind and to emerge as myself entirely.

Emerge means to spread my arms open, face to the sky and to be free of all the conditioning and limiting beliefs I have held onto for so long.

Emerge means to fully show the world who I am and what I am meant to do in this life.

To emerge is to be unapologetic for my beliefs, my values, my drive, my goofiness, my everything.

To emerge is to release the parts of me that I have locked up for so long.

To emerge is to take ownership of my light side and shadow side.

To emerge is to be reborn.

To emerge is to be in my power and own it.

What are your thoughts on identifying one word for 2022? One word as an empowering reminder to continue the pursuit towards your goals and intentions when things get tough.

One word you can whisper to yourself when you are faced with a challenging or overwhelming situation or conversation.

One word to carry you through challenge and to come out on the other side stronger, more confident and with a sense of pride for sticking with something despite the discomfort it might have caused.

If you want to reach for the best version of yourself, you have to get uncomfortable. You can't grow in your comfort zone. Lean into the discomfort, whisper that word and find yourself one step closer to your vision. 

It's a new year, go again!

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