A Word to SAVOR in 2015

My Word for 2015 came to me on a walk in the park with Winchester.

To me, SAVOR references PRESENT, my word for 2014, but feels more specific.

  • It means mindfulness of the moment.
  • It means taking moments to assess and reflect.
  • It means wandering off the path sometimes.
  • It means letting go and jumping in.
  • It probably means some things I can’t quite identify yet, but I will savor discovering them.

Happy New Year! I hope it brings you much to savor.

Subscribe to Blog via Email

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 2,358 other subscribers

19 comments

  1. Wonderful word! I learned how to do this more a few years ago and I swear I am much less crazy now. Before I was going a mile a minute all of the time, not thinking I would never see someone again, or do something again, not stopping to smell the roses or even see them as I whizzed past. I learned mindfulness techniques in college but did not really apply them until about 7 years later. It is nice to remind ourselves that life is meant to be enjoyed not just survived!

  2. Savor is good way to describe what I feel when I hike. Often I push my body to overcome emotional stressors I experience from daily life and work. Literally it feels like I'm detoxing. Once the peak is reached a sense of calmness takes over my body and I'm able to savor the space around me and people who occupy that space with me. It's a wonderful feeling – one I seek each weekend. Savor…love it!

  3. Love this word! I, sadly, cannot even remember what my word was for 2014. Clearly I did not make it the focus I should have. Hope you can that that with savor!