2012 One Little Word || June

Welcome to the 2012 One Little Word June blog hop.

This month’s prompt was to create a series of nine mini-canvases while keeping in mind your word. Creative meditation while your hands are creating and your head and heart reflect on your word.

June Class Project

Thoughts: As I think about the month of June [and browse through my June folder of photos] BALANCE felt doable and less precarious. By no means is it perfect [or easy], but more often than not it feels like a balanced life is attainable. Serendipitous keeps coming to mind about the past 30 days. As crazy busy as life gets, in the end, things that have to get done are done and I accomplish everything the things that are a priority to me. It’s a nice feeling. I can’t help but wonder what August has in store for me and my One Little Word journey.

Links to  -  2011 One Little Word || Embrace [who I am] and 2012 One Little Word || Balance .

So, relax, and take a little time to browse 2012 One Little Word ||June.

If you started here, at my blog, and want to start from the beginning, go to Margie’s blog at http://xnomads.typepad.com/blog.

Your next stop is Brighton at www.simplebrighton.com.

Look for the July OLW Blog Hop on August 1.

Here is a complete list of blogs participating in today’s blog hop! (Note: the blog hop will go live by all participants no later than 8 AM PST (Pacific Standard Time). Allow for adjustments in time zones.

Jamie     jmpgirl.blogspot.com
Jill                      http://jillconyers.com/  ——–> YOU ARE HERE
Brighton  www.simplebrighton.com  ——->NEXT STOP

About Jill Conyers

Loving life as a wife, mom of 2, health and fitness blogger and ultrarunner. I believe in the importance of wellness, living passionately by design and being the best that I can be.

Posted under Goals, Link-Up, Scrapbooking

14 comments on “2012 One Little Word || June

  1. lovely cards jill! the color scheme is wonderful and i love all the details. so glad to hear your word is bringing you such wonderful things.

  2. love the colour of your canvases…and love that you added an embellishment to the outside of the page protector. I am just amazed at how you get everything done! An inspiration!

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