Let’s Get Ready to #reverb!

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It’s almost December.

(Which means it’s almost day 1 of reverb15.)

Reverb is a  personal and communal writing practice that provides a means to reflect on the year that has passed and set intentions for the coming year.

For the first three weeks of the month—from December 1 to 21—I’ll post a daily writing prompt here (and sometimes on elephant journal). Wanna play? The challenge is to participate every day. See details at the bottom of this post.

I did#reverb11 and #reverb13, so to keep with the tradition of doing this on odd-numbered years, I’m inspired to again host #reverb15!

Here’s a sneak peek at the prompt for Tuesday, December 1st:

Encapsulate your 2015 in one word. Why that word? What would you like your word to be for 2016? Why?

My word for 2015 is revolution.

A plethora of changes occurred in my personal life this year: geographical changes, community changes, career changes, spiritual changes. It has been a year full of shifts, growth, tumult, endings and beginnings.

For 2016, my word is love. Love. Simple, yet so easy to forget. Every day, every moment can be infused with love. Love encompasses affection, gratitude, generosity, kindness, friendliness, and all heart-centered thoughts, actions and words.

How to Reverb

You are invited to participate—as privately or publicly as you wish—in as few or as many words as you wish.

Keep your writing in a private journal. To share what you’ve written, type it up as a comment or put a link to your blog in the comments section.

It’s been an awesome year and I’m excited about remembering, reflecting and planting seeds of intention for the upcoming year with you!

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