February’s Lent: A Word A Day

January’s over, I’m back from #yogabowl (which was absolutely wild and a total blast—if there’s ever a lulu warehouse sale near you, you 100% need to go), and I’m armed and ready to kick-off February’s lent: A Word A Day (nerd alert!)

I’m a little nervous that half of you will think this is totally boring and you’ll stop reading my blog entirely, but here’s the challenge: I signed up for A.Word.A.Day, a website that emails you a new vocab word to learn each day. So, every day for the next 24 days I’ll be adding a new word to my lexicon. 

Thrilling, right? I hope I haven’t lost you already…

To keep it mildly entertaining for people who aren’t me, I’ll also be making some sort of daily vocabulary graphic so at least you’ll have something pretty to look at. Maybe I’ll even challenge myself to write something at the end of the month that uses every single word. Ja? Nein?

I promise to keep this as interesting as possible—bear with me. Any suggestions to liven it up?

In the meantime, here are a few snapshots from the bowl:

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ImageThis is what a lululemon warehouse sale looks like…

ImageFun demos all day…

ImageA couple of my social media teammates hard at work…

ImageWhat trip to Long Island is complete without a trip to Bagel Plaza?

 

 

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3 thoughts on “February’s Lent: A Word A Day

  1. I’m glad so many people are into the word a day—I thought for sure I’d be the only one psyched about it. The idea actually came to me one YogaBowl night as I was drifting off to sleep haha

  2. Pingback: Cue the countdown…Happy (almost) New Year! | 12 Months of Lent

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