I always like a project. Last year we came up with 2020 Instagram Challenge.  This was in December 2019 before the world turned upside down.  It involved picking four words (one for each week of the month) and posting a picture on Instagram of what that word meant to us that month.

Some words and months were easier than others.  Nature/growth wasn’t bad as I often used a book I was reading at the time.  Thankful and peace were a bit more challenging.  My sister and I were talking and decided we wanted to do it again.  It challenged us to check our surroundings and what we were currently doing and seeing. I guess be more mindful. 

For me it was often being outside and thinking that is it!  That is what peace means to me.  This year we came up with different words.  Yes the same four words each month as it makes it more of a challenge, but I feel broad enough that it is doable. What do the following words mean to you in a picture? 

So #2021wordchallenge

We would love for you to join us. Use the hashtag so I can find your pictures and see what you are up to in 2021.  I have my thinking cap on already!

You can always start now!


11 thoughts on “#2021wordchallenge

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  2. I like how this isn’t so overwhelming and doable – a word and a photo once a week is a great idea! So if I’m following correctly, this starts on Jan 3rd for the first week? Thanks for sharing the idea, I found my way here via Rebecca from Rust Belt Girl’s suggestion on her roundup of 2020 post. Cheers to you and yours for a Happy New Year!


    1. My sister and I did it last year as something different. It make me more aware of what is happening around me – i.e. is this peaceful? Which was a word last year. Any day of the week works. Four pictures a month so pretty doable. Thank you for visiting and would love for you to join in and checkout your shots! Happy New Year.

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