re·fine verb, re·fined, re·fin·ing.
verb (used with object)
1. to bring to a fine or a pure state; free from impurities: to refine metal, sugar, or petroleum.
2. to purify from what is coarse, vulgar, or debasing; make elegant or cultured.
3. to bring to a finer state or form by purifying.
verb (used without object)
5. to become pure.
6. to become more fine, elegant, or polished.
I started toying with my word for the year a few weeks ago after seeing more than one reference to it by both Christine Kane and Jon Gordon. There are many areas I want to work on, the top three are:
1. I am going to ‘refine’ my photography skills (4)
2. I am going to ‘refine’ my dress style and some of the areas of my home and how I personally operate
within those areas. (6)
3. I am going to ‘refine’ my behaviour and language (2/7)
Have you chosen or thought about your word for 2013 – if you need some guidance, follow the two links above to Christine Kane and Jon Gordon where the philosophy behind the ‘word’ is explained.
Let me know if you choose a word and what your word for the year is going to be.
Hope your day is stunning.
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