manifesto |ˌmanəˈfestō| noun ( pl. manifestos) a public declaration of policy and aims, esp. one issued before an election by a political party or candidate. ORIGIN mid 17th cent.: from Italian, from manifestare, from Latin, ‘make public,’ frommanifestus ‘obvious’
I love this quote- this manifesto, if you will. How often do we complicate things? I complicate things all the time, but sometimes all I need is clear out the clutter. I need to remove the excess physical items and cling to the fleeting, intangible parts of life.
I do apologize for not posting yesterday- I was literally clearing out a lot of the clutter in my apartment creating space for my husband and I to enjoy our apartment better. I’m almost done with my ‘nesting’ in my apartment (I’ve only been there for a year… goodness). Maybe to make up for not posting yesterday… I’ll post an extra post today. :)
lovely sources: quote belongs to Kelly Exeter from The Smile Collective
**please note that I did the chalkboard design, but if you wish to share this feel free, just keep the sources- since the quote does not belong to me.**