one little word – necklace to “inspire” my year

It’s 2013!

Can you believe it?

I love new beginnings. We’re teaming up with Ali Edwards again for her one little word project. This year’s necklace is sweet simple and totally classic.

I love it.


The necklace is available in both gold and silver and absolutely adorable! Click here to shop the new word of the year necklace.

My word this year is ‘inspired’. I want to clear space {literally} by cleaning out cupboards and drawers and clear space {figuratively} in my mind by keeping things simple. The more I plan ahead, the more things flow. And the more things flow, the more inspired I get.

And that is a good thing!

What is your word for 2013? Please share!

39 comments

    1. I loved reading your blog post about your word of the year ‘connect’. Such a good word to live by this year! Take care. xo

  1. My one little word is “Enjoy” because I want to start enjoying each day more thoroughly instead of just trying to get through them. The necklaces are beautiful!

  2. My word of the year is “Intention”… to be intentional about how I spend my time, energy, resources. I’m hoping it will allow me to better steer clear of the unimportant and stay focused on what really matters.

    PS: LOVE this year’s necklace. I am wearing my L. Leonard word necklace from 2 years ago as I type this 🙂

    1. I love that word Jessica. It is so important to be intentional about this and with people. I am so happy that you love the new necklace! We are so excited about it too. xo

  3. I am struggling between two words either “listen” as in to God or “dream” and start living ilfe the way I want it to be. Any suggestions???

  4. My word for the year? Remain. (John 15:4-5 “Remain in me, and I will remain in you. For a branch cannot produce fruit if it is severed from the vine, and you cannot be fruitful unless you remain in me.”) Now to do this thing…to be steadfast and REMAIN.

  5. My word or the year is also FOCUS….I just finished the year of adventure, and while it has been an amazing year, and I have discovered a lot of things about me, and what I really want out of life, adventure has brought a lot of changes, and it is really time to slow down, focus on planning, focus on organization, focus on one thing at a time. It is really amazing what an impact an hour of focused garage decluttering can accomplish — I know, I did it today, and it was awesome to drive the car back in and realize that everything that is in the garage is something that I need or love, and as such has a purpose in my life (other than to drive me to insanity)!

    Wishing everyone a fantastic new year!!!

  6. Hi Lisa honey, my word for this year is ”dance”.. sometimes literally but mainly figuratively in my soul!! I want to dance to the rhythm of my soul too.. so important to do!! Smiles..

  7. My one word is IMPROVE. I have many areas of my life that I want/need to improve on. From improving the amount of quality time spent with family and friends, to improving my faith, to improving my eating habits and fitness, to improving my time management… IMPROVE is my word!!!

  8. these are absolutely perfect! i am anxious to figure out my word this year and think i will be saving my pennies for one of these beautiful necklaces! thank you for the inspiration + sharing your story with all of us here this year…happy new year!

  9. Focus. That’s my word this year. I’m saying goodbye to distractions, to multi-tasking, to joy-stealing commitments. I am going to focus. On my Lord. On my family. On my friends. On my goals. Focus. Yep – that’s the word this year!

  10. My word is enjoy. I ordered the sugar donut necklace last night. This is my 3rd year doing OLW so inspiring.

  11. Oooo I love the ‘sparkle’ one! I don’t usually pick a word for the year but maybe I should start because I would definitely pick ‘sparkle’. It’s such a fun word full of wonder and glimmer!

  12. To be honest, I don’t know yet. But that’s OK too. I’ve had to remind myself not to feel the pressure just because everyone else has already figured out their ‘word.’ It will come…:)
    These necklaces are lovely, Lisa. I especially like the ‘Sparkle’ one. Its a special nickname only my dad calls me:)

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