“Complete” One Little Word update April – October 2020

Hello fellow crafty friends!

I thought I was more up to date on sharing my OLW album, but as I sit down to write this post, I discovered I’ve not posted about this project since March …which, was pretty much when the world fell apart. Because I don’t want to play catch-up completely in December… and since I’ve already made a little video for August – October…I’m going to go back make a quick video of April – July and tuck that right above August and October and I’ll be caught up with myself! Go me.

I have to say I am quite pleased that I have kept up with this project every month in 2020. Most years they’ve been abandoned by April. Last year I think I did several months in quick succession at the end of the year… so considering all that has gone on this year I’m calling this a big win even though we have two months left to go!

One Little Word is a year-long project, spearheaded by Ali Edwards to choose a guiding word for the year and, through a series of monthly prompts, explore how that word can integrate into your life and you can welcome in and also let go. Learn more about the project HERE

What’s your word this year? How’s your project going?

One thought on ““Complete” One Little Word update April – October 2020

  1. Lovely to see your album and hear your voice! You’ve done really well to keep going with your word this year, making Ali’s activities work for you I like your spinner especially, and your embossing looks great – very neatly done. I fell off the wagon with my word when the pandemic started and my daughter, son-in-law and six-month old came to live with us and I have failed to get into the saddle since. Ah well …!

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