The Rut Manifesto – How to Recover From a Bad Day

Yesterday, I had a bad day.  I questioned myself.  I wondered if the work that I was doing had any value at all.  I couldn’t gain any momentum.  Nothing seemed to go right. I doubted myself and my future. I assumed the worst in myself and other people.  My mind continued to tear me down and sabotage my day.  I felt the urge to quit everything.  I wanted drink. I wanted something to make me feel better.  The day felt like a complete waste of time.  I was stuck in a rut.  Thankfully, I woke up this morning with a new day in front of me. Early in the morning, as I sat on the floor with a cup of coffee, these words came to me:
The Rutt Manifesto

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