The Name Your Year Challenge is Back!!!!
The first time I Named My Year, I thought it was a really fun little alternative to New Year Resolutions. I never guessed what a powerful process choosing just a word or phrase to guide my year could be. But my mentor at that time assured me that it would be hugely beneficial, and it has been.
Each year since, I’ve dedicated time in December to focus on the following year… what do I really want? What does Source want for me? What magic can we create together?
I named 2011 the Year of Celebration.
I didn’t know what would happen, but I trusted that Source would somehow guide every part of my life toward that theme of celebration.
My long-time boyfriend (now husband), Brian, asked me to marry him, and our friends threw us a joyful engagement party in February.
Then, my daughter announced that she was pregnant and very quickly after my daughter-in-law also announced that she was pregnant. (My son is very competitive… what can I say?) Both Maddie and Caleb were born at the end of 2011.
PLUS, Brian and I decided against a long engagement and got married on the beach that September. All six of our children joined us (one flew in from Paraguay) for an incredible celebration.
Yes, there was tons and tons of celebration that year!
A couple of years ago I chose the Year of the Healer. I learned how to lean in and deepen my skills as a transformational coach that year. I also had opportunities to go into deep ceremony, recovering and healing lost parts of myself, and this added great depth to my current work.
Another year was the Year of Playful Success. Success is a theme of my Human Design, but it has to be fun too. That was the year that I defined success on my terms. And it showed up.
This is not a New Year’s Resolution. Nor is it goal setting, envisioning or affirmations—although it might have some elements of each of these.
Naming is the first act of creation, and this is where the magic lies in Naming Your Year.
Thoughtful Naming has the power to push you to grow in the direction of your desires while grounding you in what is most meaningful to YOU.
That’s why I’d like to invite you to join me in this very intimate conversation with Source to name your year for 2021 through the Name Your Year 10-Day Challenge.
During this intimate 10-day challenge, you will:
Learn how to connect and receive guidance directly from Source to manifest your desires in 2020 with ease;
Discover how to release yourself from the burden of another “New Year Resolution” that drains your energy, so that you can focus instead on what brings you; and
Craft a powerful anchor that pulls you back into relationship with your desires throughout the year, gifting you with the motivation and perseverance to manifest your dreams into reality.Click here to join the Name Your Year 10-Day Challenge TODAY!
With all my heart,
P.S. Did I mention that there will be PRIZES for the participants? This challenge will be easy, fun and worth every moment you engage with it — I promise.
On This Week’s Episode:
Episode 83: Building a Business and Life You Are Excited to Wake Up to with Jenny Vukovcan
In today’s episode, I’m speaking with Jenny Vukovcan, a heart-centered Business Vision Coach.
Jenny is the founder of In Me Coaching & Events. In her private coaching program, Jenny supports moms to re-discover their identity, find their soul purpose, and create a business around the lifestyle they want. She’s also in the process of creating an online academy for mompreneurs.
Jenny and I dish on:
- The identity shift that happens when women become mothers and how they can still pursue their dreams and the business they envisioned before motherhood.
- Coming to terms with being your own person even with children.
- Doing something that inspires and brings you joy everyday.
- 3 things women (and moms in particular) can practice / do to create a life that they are excited to wake up to each day.