Write A Personal Manifesto

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 As I finished 2019 off I have been on a kick for unique yet personal bucketlist goals. At this point I have lost my job and am struggling to find another one. The time open gives me more chance to hone my skills as a wife but I am also struggling with my personal demons as I find it so hard to be without a place to spend some of my daily hours on.

 Anyway I had already seen this one and checked it out but chose that it wasn't something I was interested in. Then while looking over someone else's list I found myself juggling it in my head, checking out a few more examples and something just pushing me to go ahead.

 I went with a personal template from https://www.thepositivemom.com/write-your-personal-manifesto and then found myself wondering what can I put that would make this personal. What would my own manifesto have to say to me and what wisdom would it share for the years to come?

 I found myself remembering some of my favorite quotes from books that were inspiring to me. And then I started looking over my own bucketlist again. I have so many health-related and personal type of goals that I chose since they are where I want to be, they are who I want to be and they make sense to me.

 Carefully I went through my list and skimmed out these personal growth goals and listed them under my template. And slowly I saw them form the origins of my personal manifesto although with a bit of tweaking. Basically it was my manifesto choosing to write itself.

 Looking over it I can say I am proud and definitely inspired to work on including this manifesto more in my life. It speaks to me, it helps me to feel I have an anchor now in life and that I am worth everything good even if it means more work for me. 

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