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Un­der the head­ing ‘‘ My Ex­tra­or­di­nary Life’’ start writ­ing lists de­sign­ing the best life you could pos­si­bly want.

No one else needs to see this so - go for it. Think from the point of view that there are no lim­its to what your life can be.

Think, if you had all the time in the world, all the money you need, all the knowl­edge and skills you need, ev­ery­thing you need - what would your life look like?

Dare to day-dream a lit­tle! There is no harm in it and you can delete things at a later date if you change your mind.

The worst thing that can hap­pen is that you ac­tu­ally get it!

Be­low are some ques­tions de­signed to help you get into the swing of things and open your mind up:

What sort of per­son would I like to be? (Do I have a role model to copy? This in­cludes morals, how I present yourself to the world, if I want to be the best at some­thing, etc) What does my health and fit­ness look like? What does my home life look like? (Fam­ily, part­ner, chil­dren, friends, pets, etc)

What would I do for an in­come? (Any jobs or ca­reers I would like to try.)

What hob­bies and pas­times do I want? (Mu­sic, sport, clubs, com­mu­nity work, etc)

Where would I like to go and what would I like to do? (Places, or ex­pe­ri­ences.)

What ma­te­rial items do I want? (Home, car, clothes, hol­i­days, toys, etc)

You might find this eas­ier to do by pre­tend­ing you are 110 years old. What do you want to tell your grand­chil­dren about your life? Next Week: How do I get there?

TraceyDeaneForSW@gmail.com

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