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This week I have failed to meet my weekly deadline. When life gets in the way, you unfortunately have to put your greater priorities first...
Towards the close of 2021, I decided to share a review of how my goals had gone in the year. This was done more to keep myself accountable, and motivated, so I was surprised when the post was well received by my regular readers (thank you!). Therefore, at the risk of over staying my welcome, … Continue reading 2022 Goals Review (Quarter One)
Introduction: It’s that time of year again... Logging into WordPress a notification popped up to inform me it was my eight year blogging anniversary. WordPress 8 Year Anniversary. Eight years maintaining a regular blogging habit, being driven to keep going, and having the mindset to push through difficult times, where my vision has given me … Continue reading The Ultimate Guide For Building Long Term Blogging Habits
Last week I was checking out a blog from someone who had recently commented on my post. Something I always do when exploring a new blog is check out the ‘About Me’ page. If you're not familiar with this, it’s a default page that WordPress.com creates on any new blog, allowing YOU the creator to … Continue reading How to Write the Perfect About Me Page For Your WordPress Blog
Welcome back... This week I was honoured to be published on the website Addicted2Success. Addicted2Success often features in the top ten of recommended personal development websites, so right now I'm on another stratosphere to know my words are now included amongst a codex of priceless information. My article is called Are You Feeling Behind In … Continue reading Featured Elsewhere: Are You Feeling Behind in Life? Read This
This week I wanted to talk about goals.... my goals to be precise. I’m usually quite private to discuss these, I believe more in showing not telling. But because I haven’t achieved as much as I would have like in 2021, I decided to share with three aims: Give insight into the goals setting process … Continue reading 2021 End Of Year Goals Review
Welcome to the Perfect Manifesto post highlights for May 2021. If you've been reading for a while you may know that I'm an admirer of strongman competitions - the ability to lift up a range of heavy objects is something that always inspires me to keep picking up the weights at the gym and made … Continue reading Perfect Manifesto Highlights: May, 2021
Like most kids I used to love cartoons. My favourite pastime was drawing doodles, inspired by British comics like the Beano and Newspaper strips like Calvin and Hobbes. For my tenth birthday I received a book “Make Your Own Comics” a rather simplistic how to draw book which was inflated in price by the dozen … Continue reading When Your Teacher Told You, You Couldn’t Draw…
Welcome back... Have you ever wanted to understand the background behind Perfect Manifesto? How about insight into the writing process I carry out to write this blog? Or maybe just read some of my tips, likes and dislikes about blogging? Well I'm delighted to say I've recently had the opportunity to share my insights over … Continue reading Let’s Get Inspired: Perfect Manifesto Interview
Thanks for reading perfectmanifesto.com, a blog dedicated to fatherhood, health and self-improvement. Happy New Year! Check out my new post highlights for January 2021: 8 Nice Things You Can Do to Make People Feel Welcome at Your Gym this New Year Online I read an unwelcoming attitude to gym newcomers in January. This post was … Continue reading New Posts: January 2021
It’s currently 8pm here in the West Yorkshire. As the kids sleep soundly in their beds, I hear the faint sound of the TV in the distance as my wife indulges in some boxset. You know what this means? A night for some quality writing time. Despite the privilege of having freedom from distractions, I’m … Continue reading The Blog Writers Guide to Overcome Writers Block