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5 Simple steps

Choose a Word of the Year in 5 Simple Steps

If you haven’t picked a Word of the Year for 2024 yet, no worries! There is still time to pick your word in 5 simple steps. Years ago, I discovered the concept of "Word of the Year." Intrigued by the idea, I noticed some friends adopting this practice and became curious about its significance. Upon delving into it, I realized that selecting a Word of the Year serves as a focal point for personal growth throughout the year. The word is meant to represent a central way you are depending on God in the year to come. It helps you determine who you want to become by the end of the year.
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one word

My Word of the Year for 2023

One word. This phrase is one I have heard countless times from my friends and others around me. Several years ago, I decided to look into it. Why have just one word for the year? There is power in one word. In today’s post, I share the why and my word for the year. Why have one word? As I researched the one-word concept, I loved what I found. The reason to pick one word for the year is to help you grow. The one word gives focus to how you want to approach the year. It helps you determine who you want to become by the end of the year. So, how do you pick just one word? Read this blog post for 5 Simple steps to pick your one word.
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maximize quality time

Are you ready to maximize quality time with your family?

Did you know that most families only spend 37 minutes of their day together? Wowzers! With our hectic schedules and packed to-do lists, it’s no wonder that we have less and less time for each other. But, we don’t have to settle for this. Let’s maximize quality time with our family this coming year. Too many parents feel like their family is growing apart, but they don’t know how or have the time to fix it. That’s why we created the 60 Minute Anchored Family Guide.
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trust

My Word of the Year for 2020

At first, my Word of the Year was savor. I spent a lot of time reflecting and praying about it in the early part of December last year. I confidently moved forward and felt excited about learning to savor in 2020. And then, around December 27, I started to question. Is savor really my word for…
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Why You Need a Word of the Year

How is your 2019 going so far? Can you believe we are into our second quarter of the year? Wow, time is flying! So, what does a Word of the Year have to do with your year? Why do you need a Word of the Year? I believe you need a Word of the Year…
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Quarter 2 Goals

An Update on Quarter 1 Goals + Quarter 2 goals

Wow! I can’t believe it is April already. Did the first quarter of the year go just as fast for you?! How are you doing with the goals you set for this year? I am doing fairly well though I didn’t meet all my goals for quarter 1. Today, I give an update and share…
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Releasing Weight

Losing Weight vs. Releasing Weight

Have you ever tried to lose weight and struggled? Maybe you tried a diet or a specific eating plan and nothing seemed to work. Me too! Today, I am going to share what I learned about losing weight vs. releasing weight. It may actually surprise you.
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write down goals

48 Days to Go!

Did you know that 83 % of people don’t set goals, 14% have goals but don’t write them down and 3% make their goals happen? I don’t know about you but I want to be one of the people that write down my goals, work towards them and become a different person by the end of the year.
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pizza crust

A Pizza Crust Win + an Update on my 2018 goals

6 or maybe it has been 7 pizza crust recipes. Yes, I have really tried that many. And guess what? I have finally found the One. The best-tasting pizza crust yet! Let me tell you the story.
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Goal Setting

The 3 M’s of Goal Setting

Goals. When you hear that word, what reaction do you have? Excitement, fear or dread? On December 31, my reaction was panic. Why? Because my goals weren’t done yet. Maybe your goals aren’t written or you’re still trying to decide if you even want to bother with goals. I believe goals are important. Today, I will share the why and the 3 M’s of Goal Setting.
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Anastasia Corbin
Welcome, I'm Anastasia!

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Every meal is a chance to gather, share, and give thanks.

One of my favorite memories from growing up was our meal times together. I wanted to be sure to do that when I had my own family. Dinner is a way to bond as a family and focus on all we have to be grateful for.

How often does your family sit down together? I encourage you to try at least once a week and more if possible.

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Every meal is a chance to gather, share, and give thanks.

One of my favorite memories from growing up was our meal times together. I wanted to be sure to do that when I had my own family. Dinner is a way to bond as a family and focus on all we have to be grateful for.

How often does your family sit down together? I encourage you to try at least once a week and more if possible.

#BlessedTable #FamilyBonding #intentionalparenting #youbelong #encourageoneanother #anastasiacorbin #FaithFamilyFitness #cultivate2024 #becominganintentionalfamily #creatingmeaningfulmemories #buildingconfidenceinyourkids

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The purpose of the Faith posts is to share God’s Word and guide you towards Him. These posts offer stories and encouragement that demonstrate practical ways to apply the Scriptures in our lives. 

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Family

The family posts focus center around the importance of friends and family in your life. They cover a wide range of topics including Marriage, Family, Parenting, Friendship, Kids, and School. Additionally, the family posts delve into aspects of home life, share book reviews, and explore the significance of holidays.

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Fitness

The Fitness posts feature a combination of allergy-friendly recipes and valuable tips aimed at helping you become the healthiest version of yourself. My passion lies in empowering women to recognize the profound impact that fitness has on their everyday life.