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2024 Word of the Year Ideas

2024 Word of the Year Ideas
Choosing a “Word of the Year” is a powerful alternative to a New Year's resolution. Instead of something that makes you feel pressure or guilt, pick a word that makes you feel more confident, grateful, adventurous, or motivated. What will your word be? Let me give you some ideas with my own spin on the definitions. Continue reading

My 20-year battle with chronic migraines

My 20-year battle with chronic migraines
Living with a chronic condition can be really painful and lonely. For 20 years, I have been a chronic migraine sufferer. In an effort to help others with similar experiences feel validated and supported, I decided to start sharing more of my story on social media and here on my blog. I hope after reading about my experience that you’ll share your own experience with chronic illness in the comments so others might find some comfort in knowing they’re not alone. Continue reading

28 Days of Love: Write a love note a day in February

28 Days of Love: Write a love note a day in February

Do you need a way to beat the winter blues like I do? Join me in my 28 Days of Love Challenge in February! The challenge is simple, yet powerful: in February, write a love note to someone different every day. The act of expressing love and gratitude will uplift our spirits and bring joy to those around us. I've created a calendar in this blog post with a different person to write to each day, and I'll be posting reminders on social media to keep you on track. Follow me on Instagram or Facebook at @alisonrosevintage.

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Choose a word of the year instead of a resolution (with 35 word options)

Choose a word of the year instead of a resolution (with 35 word options)

As one year comes to an end and another begins, many of us put forth our New Year’s resolutions. Although I once chose a resolution that lasted a solid 5 years (volunteering more!), data reveals that resolutions are short-lived. So instead of making a resolution full of pressure and guilt, choose a word that will help you live with better intentions for the year.

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