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Sunday, January 10, 2016

I Am Enough.


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The past few weeks, I overviewed my blog year in review. I talked about how I didn't really make any new resolutions, but am rather just continuing some pretty huge emotional, physical, and mental goals that I made back at the beginning of October. As I was driving up the canyon the other day, I realized that I hadn't chosen my "Word of the Year." Even though my New Years Resolutions are not exactly cookie-cutter, I have made some internal goals that I really am trying to work on. I am constantly trying to improve my self in all facets of life and I hope that others know that I am trying. I am not perfect, but I am trying to be the best person I can be. That's all we can really hope for, right? So, on this drive, I thought about some words that I need to work on: homemaker, peace, patience, etc. But none of those really fit. Then, finally, I realized that I wanted a phrase that encompasses all of the things that I strive to be and want to improve.

I Am Enough.

I am choosing a mantra instead of a word to help me in 2016 year.

I am enough, even though my body has changed and it is not perfect.
I am enough, even though I struggle to be confident in my teaching ability at times.
I am enough when it comes to my relationship with the Savior, even when I screw up and questions my religion and try to defy everything! Haha.
I am enough and have value, even if others don't see it sometimes.
I am enough, no matter what mistakes I make.

I am a confident person naturally, already. However, I want that confidence to be turned into true belief that I am enough. I am enough and I want to my confidence to help me spiritually, emotionally, mentally, socially, and physically.


I have loved reading all of your phrases and words for the year. They have been inspiring! 
What are your words/mantras/phrases for this year? 

6 comments:

  1. That is a wonderful mantra for the year, Sierra! My "word" is priorities. I feel like I've spent too much time in the last year bending over backwards for other people, when I needed to focus on myself.

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  2. I love it! I've also chosen a sort of mantra for this year, too: be content and bloom where I'm planted

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  3. I love the idea of choosing a mantra, and I love the one you chose!

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  4. Love your mantra! I picked the word 'Service' for my year - I'm hoping to give back to friends, family, my marriage and my community.

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  5. I love this! It's a great reminder. My phrase this year is Show Up. I often hide behind my "busy-ness" as an excuse to not be a friend or do service, so I'm trying to change that :)

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