We are just coming off a long weekend and I am feeling really relaxed and content. Monday in Ontario was Family Day. We didn’t really do much, Rebecca did homework, I did laundry, washed floors and got in my workout. Tim had to work for a few hours and was called out to a fire call. Emily hung out with her second family, they went snowmobiling, had a camp fire and a lot of outdoor fun. Em is much tougher than the rest of us and doesn’t mind the cold. Miss O has a case of the sniffles and spent all day in bed. Still, although it wasn’t an exciting weekend, I sure am feeling awesome!!
This week’s Optional Writing Task is to write your Manifesto!
For those of you not sure about Manifestos – They are a collection of words or statements that define who you are and what you believe in!
I wanted my Manifesto to showcase the ideals that are near and dear to my heart. These statements and words are ME in a nut shell.
The statements range from:
My fitness hobbies: Swim, Bike, Run, Piyo
My food choices: Drink coffee, Eat clean, Eat pancakes, drink whiskey (not going to lie).
My values: Teach kindness, educate, positive mind,positive life, listen, be a good friend
Non-fitness related hobbies: Read, learn, get fresh air, go outside
My Favourite Mantras: I can I will, Push the limits, Challenge, Believe in yourself
And even a few communities I belong to: #sweatpink, Live Life Make Waves (Mermaid Club)
As I look at my Manifesto I feel proud that this will represent who I am!
I printed off two different copies of my Manifesto, one is taped up on my motivation wall, the other is tucked int my day planner. I wanted to have a copy handy so when I fell myself going astray I can pull it out and remind myself of all the things that matter to me!
I, like Jill Conyers, am going to add a page to my blog for my Manifesto. A permanent residence so everyone who wants to know me can read all.
Do you have a manifesto?
What words or statements define you as a person??
**I wrote my manifesto using Worditout**