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  1. continue to take personal moral inventory

    This is a great post, and it really makes sense to have the “To Strive For” list. Sometimes, we always focus on the negativity of the liabilities that we forget the positive attributes we should have. Thanks!

  2. continue to take personal moral inventory

    This is an important exercise for everyone. I do like the liabilities/assets lists. I think that is worth printing or writing out in a journal to look at regularly. Thank you, Mary! #debbieinshape

  3. continue to take personal moral inventory

    I like this idea of continuing to take a moral inventory. I like to journal about my feelings and my spiritual thoughts, questions, etc. I should incorporate these contemplations into that practice.

    Thanks for sharing and for linking up to the #SHINEbloghop.

    Wishing you a lovely week.
    xoxo

  4. continue to take personal moral inventory

    In my not so active days, I end up having enough time to reflect and go through my inventory. We have to learn and improve. That is what all experiences are about.
    Thank you so much for sharing it on #debbieinshape friends, Mary!

  5. continue to take personal moral inventory

    Personal inventory is such a key part to living life openly and fully, at least for me. I know that when I’m cognizant of my own stuff, other things around me ‘seem’ to work better and I’m much happier and more open to and with others! :)

  6. continue to take personal moral inventory Amy

    This is a great idea. I’ve never thought about doing this but it makes sense. It really keeps you focus on the things you want to do. It’s the only way to self improvement. Thanks for sharing. #ConfessionsLinkUp

  7. continue to take personal moral inventory

    What a lovely post and great idea. If only everyone had a daily moral inventory we might live in a happier world. Thanks for sharing this idea with us at #anythinggoes.

  8. continue to take personal moral inventory

    I LOVE your list! Daily we need to check our hearts, and this list is a great prompt! (I may or may not have recognized a few undesirable traits on there.)
    Thanks for sharing this inspiring post on Mom’s Morning Coffee, I’m your neighbor today!

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