I am a big fan of creating a personal mission statement. Rooted in my priorities based on what I value most, a mission statement guides me. It allows me to evaluate opportunities and to choose with confidence what I say yes to.
I first created my personal mission statement almost four years ago. I was desperately trying to emerge from the chaos of my new motherhood stage. Holding my son, who was only a few months old at the time, I was overwhelmed, weary and found myself feeling guilty for longing for those carefree childless days I had known until recently.
I was having a hard time adjusting to that new season and knew I was created for more than just survival mode. So after coming across a blog post about drafting a personal mission statement based on priorities, I set to work thinking through my own.
It was almost as if a weight had been lifted from my shoulders.
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