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Carol Lynn

2022 Word Project

Every Little Thing Gonna Be Alright

I have a word today. I've had it since the middle of the night although I didn't know it then. It's when I found myself repeating it over and over to myself this morning that it revealed itself as the word that was going to stick with me.
Carol Lynn
January 4, 2022
2022 Word Project

The Enemy Of Good

I have this brilliant habit journal that helps me stay on track with the things I want to accomplish, but then if I miss something, I get bent like a pretzel and fall into an abyss of "why bother." Which, ironically, is so perfect for the fact that today's word was "perfect".
Carol Lynn
January 2, 2022
2022 Word Project

Shiny And New

It's a new year, a new document, a new day. Same old me. Although not quite. They say you never step in the same river twice. So as cliché as it may sound, my word for the day is: new. Not in a "new new" way, but more in an "old stuff seems new and shiny" way, like it does every year.
Carol Lynn
January 1, 2022
2022 Word Project

Word Project

Every day, come up with a single word to think about, to reflect on, to ponder and contemplate and expound upon in whatever way that means on any given day.
Carol Lynn
December 30, 2021
Life: Unedited

Gratitude And Goals: January 2019

I set myself a few goals this year. Nothing grandiose, more like tasks, really. Things I could do and then look at and say yup, did that. One of the things I decided to do this year is gratitude journaling. Maybe you’ll have a little better day because of it. And maybe you'll even share it with me. I'd be most grateful.
Carol Lynn
January 31, 2019
Odd Random Memories

Moon Over Olema

Traveling to a town in California reminded me about a boy I had a crush on in high school. But his dreams of a good life didn't match mine. This is a story about a moon, but not really. It's about self-discovery. Or maybe just learning to live your life.
Carol Lynn
November 9, 2017
Life: Unedited

Tethered

I started to hate my house for a lot of reasons. It wasn’t until I asked why that I started to feel hopeful again.
Carol Lynn
November 17, 2016