Innovate.

in·no·vate/ˈinəˌvāt/

  1. make changes in something established, especially by introducing new methods, ideas, or products.”the company’s failure to diversify and innovate competitively”
  2. introduce (something new, especially a product).”innovating new products, developing existing ones”

Time and time again, I take a flying leap. I’m in the air and realize I have no wings. I might just crash and burn, or I can innovate. Take for example this A-Z challenge. I’m all for challenges. I know some people plan these types of things, like for months. Me? Well, I just make up my mind and do it—often at the last minute, without a plan or perhaps with a few sketchy ideas. Then I have no other option than to innovate. Such is life. We must figure it out—one day at a time.

Video suggested by Jerry Snider @ theartofbecomingawildflower – Ready to Blossom? (wordpress.com)


I’m humbled by those of you who chose to read my A-Z Challenge post today and especially for those who returned for more. After a year stuck mainly at home, I wanted to try some new things, you know, innovate a bit. Maybe you would, too. And so this April, I’m sticking to a theme of action: mental, physical, and spiritual, things I might already do or haven’t attempted in years or maybe never. You know what else I’m doing this month? Click here to see: AbstainBalletCartwheelDevoteEncourage, Forgive, Google, Headstand.

20 thoughts on “Innovate.

  1. I like your adventurous, bold spirit, Crystal. I share this trait with you. Some call it being impetuous. I call it being ALIVE!

    I’m enjoying your A-Z challenge. It’s the, “What will she say next?” aspect that keeps me reading.

    🙏❤️ prayers and love.

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    1. In sixth grade, I wrote a children’s book about a mouse named Isabella who became a princess. I don’t know what happened to the book or how Isabella transformed, I just remember spending time on the illustrations. How’s that for a mouse story?

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  2. Innovation is a key aspect to life. I have been substitute teaching in S.T.E.M. classes recently and one of the processes we talk about all the time is improving our ideas. Innovation in a technical or personal sense can certainly help in many problems that come our way. I’m really enjoying all your A to Z posts this year.

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