another {one word} give away

one word necklace


Can you tell I feel strongly about the benefits of finding a word that guides and inspires you through the year?  This year I’m really excited to have ordered a few of these simple necklaces that, with a glance will remind me of the path I {believe} I will journey along in the coming months.  I’m ready to welcome in 2013 and  I know so many amazing exciting things are going to happen this year.


Liz Lamoreux has donated one of these inspiring necklaces   shown above from her Etsy shop.  One of the great things about Liz – aside from the fact that she is creative and talented and incredibly generous- is that she lives a mere hour away from me.  I love finding someone that is relatively local to support as well as be inspired by. When Liz said she would donate a necklace like the one I ordered- with the winners personal one word for the year engraved on it, I was excited that one of you would also wear your word through the year.


You know the drill- leave a comment with your word – winner will be drawn on Sunday~

Best of luck and happy 2013!


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56 Responses to another {one word} give away

  1. sheri slowey says:

    carpe diem – that’s my word for 2013- thanks for the opportunity to win :) Happy New Year.

  2. sheila says:

    Love your site & your effort Kim! My word is “dare.”

  3. Bonnie Maw says:

    Life is all about choices and choices include prioritizing and getting back to what really matters most. Simplifying is a process and a choice that I am making for 2013. A choice to simplify and get back to the things that really matter. The things which generally are not things at all, but rather relationships that “things” get in the way of.

  4. I don’t have a word this year. I have a letter. ‘H’ It stands for Home:Health:Heart:Husband:Henry All my ‘renewed’ priorities for 2013! Renew was my word for last 2012. It is all related, isn’t it?

    Happy New Year! xoxo

  5. Michelle says:


  6. BrookeJ says:

    My word this year is “Path.” I really feel that my husband and I have started a great journey and this year I feel our resolutions are really about staying the course and digging deeper into what we have started.

  7. spencer says:

    Yummmmmy! My word for the year is kneel…. as I draw closer to God and listen to His plan for my life.

  8. robinanne says:

    There are so many that would be perfect. I see some here. For now “Blessed” is what I feel most. thanks

  9. Erin says:

    This is lovely. My word for this year is CREATE – to remind myself to not ignore my creative self just because everyday life can sometimes bog me down.

  10. My word would be “inspire” to do whatever it is that is tugging at themselves to have the confidence that they can do just that very fete.

  11. Lynne says:

    Happy New Year to you and your beautiful family, Kimberly.

  12. sreebindu says:

    my word would be be-positive. Wishing u a gorgeous new-year ahead.

  13. Jenny says:

    ‘PRAY’. Yes, believe in the power of prayer!

  14. Lori says:

    “Blessed” is my word….

  15. Laura F. says:

    I love these necklaces! My word would be “peace”.
    Happy New Year! :)

  16. Cat says:


    I am going to blog about it soon—but I know that you already know why.

    xoxo mon amie!


  17. Françoise lecours says:

    My word is CREATE, I have been putting on hold my creativity for way to long
    Have a happy New year , love your blog ! Very inspiring !

  18. Amy says:

    disciple~ let the Lord guide me more in my daily life


    simplify~ speaks for itself, I need to get rid of excess and streamline my daily living with the hope of finding more joy

    I have 2 words, I’m indecisive like that.

  19. Serena Berry says:

    Hi Kim!

    Liz is such a lovely person. I had the privilege of attending her first be present retreat a few years ago. Her light and presence is so refreshing.

    My word of the year is strength. I adore this new word necklace.

    Much love and happy new year

  20. Jill Palumbo says:

    I think my word for 2013 will be courage, because I will need some this year!

  21. Audie says:


  22. Stephanie says:

    LOVE this necklace! My word for 2013 is ‘complete’. I have spent time focusing on my work and being creative, while ignoring my physical self. I need to work on my complete self, take care of all my usual stuff (family, home, work) and get healthy this year! Time to get moving, eat clean food, and be complete :)

  23. Mary says:

    wisdom [in hopes that God will encourage me to pursue her day in and day out]

  24. Lolo says:

    Such a pretty and simple reminder to wear daily….love it.
    my word this year is LIVE. We have had a few personal losses of close and friends and family this past year, and I need the reminder to LIVE each and every day to the fullest! Thank you sweetie….

  25. Julie says:

    My word is embrace – Embrace God, love, health, joy, fear, etc. I want to not be controlled by my fears any longer, and just it embrace it all, trust God and live.

  26. Deshia says:

    Grace. Everyone needs it… :>)

  27. Kristina Swain says:


  28. julie says:

    “JOY” Im choosing it…. :)

  29. nadia says:

    i think i would choose purpose, recently i have been thinking of a few but now i realize that what i want more than anything is to have purpose, to know what mine is and to see it clearly.

  30. Tere says:

    BRAVE…brave in all things…day 2 is going well.

  31. Deb says:

    Happy Twenty Thirteen ?
    I love Liz’s creations & this necklace is gorgeous!
    My ‘one little word’ is balance.

  32. Jeanne says:

    My word is “simplicity.”

  33. Deborah says:

    My word is “believe”

    I need to believe that I can can accomplish anything!
    Love her Etsy site… nice pieces

  34. Sarah says:

    Happy New Year, Kim!
    My word is “breathe” as I find taking the time to slow down and just focus on what I have helps me get through the day. :)

  35. Diane says:

    I have decided to do the “one word” for the first time this year. I already know it will be a year of many changes, and I want to be sure I’m making the most of them. My word for the year is “progress.”

  36. Halley says:

    I struggle with worry. My word would be trust.

  37. Ah…already blogged about this. My one word? HARVEST

    I truly sense that the coming year will be one of sweet fruitfulness, a “harvest” of the many seeds sown and prayers prayed.

    Grace and Peace to you and yours…

  38. Wendy says:

    My word is TRUST. :)

  39. jen says:

    my word this year is brave.
    i need to be brave to do things for me.
    that’s my mantra for 2013.

  40. Kate says:

    My word: Love

    Love embodies everything that I personally need to work on this year. Love is patient and kind. It does not envy or boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, it is not self-serving, easily angered or record rights and wrongs.

  41. Mindy says:

    HOPE – It’s the anchor for my soul.

  42. Terumi says:

    Oh this necklace is lovely:) I love the word ‘sparkle’ or maybe ‘delight’.

  43. I really like the one word concept and decided to embrace it this year. My word is “faith” (although I also like Terumi’s words!).

  44. Kari says:

    Just stumbled onto your sweet blog… grateful is my word. It was a tough 2012 but I am so grateful for the chance to look forward to a new year and new chances in 2013.

  45. Peggy says:

    my word for not only this year but one that i have tried to apply for much of my life is “content.”
    Not that I speak in respect of want: for I have learned, in whatsoever state I am, therewith to be content… Philippians 4:11 It is one that eluded me when I was younger but so desire to fully grasp as this year has the possibility to bring innumerable change to our lives!

  46. Cindy says:

    Firsts——We began the new year with our first grandchild entering this world.—This is just the beginning of new and exciting firsts that we shall have/ do this year.

  47. sammyt says:

    Endure. So many of us (including myself) forget.

  48. Jen says:


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