Printable BRAVE Quotes

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I think my word for the year chose me. Or maybe I stole it.  Probably a little bit of both.  But either way- BRAVE it is. My sister set the precedence with giving her cute baby boy the middle name of Brave early last year.  Little did we know how much it would mean to all of us.  And so… my family kind of adopted it as our word as we banded together with my Dad before he passed away from cancer.  As I’ve mentioned here, nothing could have have prepared me for losing him.  He was everything to me.  I feel like my spirit was really tested and continues to be as I grieve.
But. I’m ready to put on my big girl panties and tackle this year head on.  With bravery.
Today I’m over at Your Homebased Mom sharing a quote to go along with Leigh Anne’s word(s) for the year.  I thought it’d be fun to take my word and create some quotes with it here:
Printable Brave Quotes from www.thirtyhandmadedays.comDownload any of the (4) 8×10 brave printable quotesFor personal use only.  Thanks!
When I recently asked what you wanted to see more of in 2014, there were a few things that stood out- more easy recipes and inspirational quotes.  I’m happy to do both of those! I hope you leave 30days feeling uplifted and inspired.
You can also download this brave quote from one of my favorite Sara Baraeilles songs:
Brave Printable I have a whole section of other quote printables:
Printable Quotes from www.thirtyhandmadedays.comAnd if you haven’t already, download a resolution/goal sheet to help guide you in the new year:
Printable New Year's Resolutions for YOU - print this and use as a guide to start the new year!
Do you have a favorite quote to share?  I’d love to hear your favorites and turn some of them into designs in the future.  Did you pick a word of the year?  What did you choose? Why?  Leave me a comment.


  1. Tammy says

    Thank you for sharing these. Actually, Thank You for sharing all the things that you do. I love your site. I am so sorry for your loss. I can relate. I lost my Mom last September, one month after she was diagnosed with a rare cancer. Here’s to hoping our hearts will heal with time & be filled with our cherished memories and love.

  2. says

    This is so great! My Word of the Year is Brave, too. It just sort of was something I needed. I’m putting these lovely little printables up to remind myself.