I'm not big on New Years resolutions. I think it's important to give yourself grace - because some days going to the gym is just not going to happen! Instead, I love the idea of coming up with a "word of the year" to live by in order to set your intentions and focus more on creating positive overall change. It can be a word, a phrase, or a few sentences that motivate you! This year, my word is CREATE. This next year is going to be an amazing journey full of challenges and triumphs, but I want to make sure that throughout the year I remember why Joe and I started. We have such a passion for creating new pieces perfect for your home out of old pieces you wouldn't have used otherwise - I never want to lose sight of that! When I get to ground zero of why I love what I do so much, it's because I love to create and share my passions with the people around me.
Your word of the year will only be effective if you refer back to it constantly. When you're making decisions, ask yourself if it lines up with your word and overall goal for the year. This is so much easier to do when you actually SEE the word or phrase consistently. We felt overwhelming support on our last blog post featuring Yaha's art, and we thought what better way keep your "word of the year" fresh in your mind than seeing it everyday on an art piece!
Starting today, we'll be selling customizable art made by Yaha as a reminder to incorporate your word of the year into everything you say and do! Here's a list of paint and marker colors below - choose up to 4 colors and add them, along with your word(s) and preferred lettering at checkout! I did this for everyone in my family for Christmas. They're such special reminders to put positive thoughts and affirmations into the universe. Here's an example of a piece I had made - they loved them!
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We know you'll love your word of the year art as much as we do! Let us know your word of 2021 by tagging us in a story post on Facebook and/or Instagram @MegMade, or comment down below! Goodbye 2020 - you taught us a lot - but bring on 2021!!