new year, new decade, new you

  1. Barbara says:

    I’ve so enjoyed all of your tips this past year, so happy to have found you. Being older does not define who we are. I tell my adult grandchildren that each time I see them. I’m still young at heart

  2. Michelle Lucas says:

    Beth…I quit New Year’s resolutions years ago. God gave me this “single word” thing. The word appears differently each year. This year’s word “renew.” Perfect for me. We lost everything in Paradise CA fire 11/8/18.

    • Beth Bevington says:

      I’m so sorry for your loss. I’ve done one word for years. I love it. Integrity, awe,
      Kindness, there are so many.

  3. Lin says:

    Happy New Year, Beth! Wishing you many joyous adventures and much love in 2020.

  4. Andrea says:

    Always love your classic looks – it’s just you! All the best for 2020 🥂

  5. Iris Mooney says:

    Beth I started to follow you while recovering from surgery in October and look forward to all your posts. I too lost my husband recently just as I was about to start treatment for colon cancer After 47 years of marriage, life ahead looks sad and lonely. Like yourself though, I choose to look for the joy as we had a wonderful life together and I want to honour his memory. Wishing you and your family a Happy New Year and thank you for sharing your feelings.
    Iris (Canada)

  6. Jeanne Myers says:

    I think I will choose the word grace Thankful for the grace that God gives me everyday, and that I will have grace for all I meet.

  7. Kathy Briscoe says:

    Dear Beth,

    Like you, I lost the love of my life on July 21, 2019. My husband, Alan, suddenly died at home of a massive heart attack. We were married 53 years and I miss him every day. I would like to choose the word “joy” for the new year as you have. Christmas was much better than I anticipated, and my faith, family, and friends have sustained me the past five months.
    Kathy Briscoe

  8. Suzanne Smith says:

    A lovely OOTD.
    Here’s wishing you a beautiful New Year surrounded with love and joy. I know this has been a really rough year for you and your family–I hope the beautiful memories of your years with Mr Style sustain you during this difficult stage you’re still in, and that 2020 brings wonderful things to you all. (What’s that quote about needing things to get really dark to make it possible to see the stars?) xoxo

  9. Marilyn says:

    Happy New Year,Beth!
    Two of my “live by” words are graciousness and empathy.
    You have an emotional strength that I admire and strive daily to maintain.
    Again, Happy New Year!
    I look forward to your posts. Keep up the great work.

  10. Rosemarie hoffer gruidl says:

    Thank you for helping me know that others feel as I do this time of year. My thoughts are with you for the first year you are not at your husband’s side. Not an easy thing to do. Now we start new with the rest of the world in 2020. I am hoping it is a good one for you. I love your blog so much. Beth. Happy New Year.

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