Small Challenges – big achievement

Look at the picture below - what do you see? Curtains? A rather empty looking room? To me - I see achievement. See I have always considered myself a 'thinker' so when I moved into my new house one of the biggest things I was dreading was having to do small bits of DIY. In my … Continue reading Small Challenges – big achievement

My old home

  My parents finally sold up my old home 18 months ago.  I wasn't too bothered, I didn't live there and it was time for them to move on with their lives. After the trains where cancelled the other day, I had to get the bus, which has a route that goes right past my … Continue reading My old home

The cruel conflict of freedom

Freedom is cruel, for every choice we make to be free the decision makes us less free in other aspects of our life. The man who does not work has the freedom of time, , to see family, or to calmly observe his world. But he loses the freedom of capital, unlike the man who … Continue reading The cruel conflict of freedom

Time Management for the Perfectionist

"Time - unlike money, opportunity or good looks - is the one resource that is allocated equally to all of us" Duncan Bannatyne - How to be smart with your time Here at the Manifesto of Perfection I write about self-improvement, my goals and reflect on what I have learnt. I do struggled to meet … Continue reading Time Management for the Perfectionist