Manifesting Your Dreams

I know what it’s like to see the world as you want it to be, not as it is. Always comparing yourself to others and striving for more. Never satisfied. And when you think you’re there and you’re so fucking close – something pops up that you just HAVE to accomplish. 

Your friends are happy with checking their boxes, but that’s just not your world. And don’t get me wrong, it would be really neat if you valued those things – but we want more. I call it the Dreamer’s Disease. Now let me make one thing clear; it’s not about making this feeling – the way we act, the way we see things – go away. It’s about having the tools to make how you see the world a reality. 

Imagine having the motivation and the energy to do the work required to bridge the gap between our dreams and reality. To have that unshakeable confidence that you will accomplish your dreams and prove everyone wrong.

It’s so friggin easy for the world to suck you into the mundane, and I’m here to take you away from that. I’m here to give you tools. My goal is to orient you towards keeping your head up in the clouds (it’s nice up there) and helping you shift your belief that you can accomplish all that you want. 

It’s not rocket science or magic. It’s that undeniable knowing that you will have what you want and you won’t settle – you refuse to settle. The word settle – to settle, settling, etc. – sets my soul on fire, and not in a good way. I despise the word (more so the meaning). 

Never settling is what drives me. We settle when we start compromising ourselves and our own needs. Fuck that. I refuse to settle. And you should too. If you’re reading this and it’s resonated so far, then I’m positive the need to never settle is what drives you as well. 

An a-frame cottage in a forest
Two adirondack chairs sit on a dock in a lake facing the sun

If you’re new here, I’m Megan (most folks call me Meg) and I’m the biggest dreamer I know. Ever since I can remember, I’ve dreamt up everything; stories in my head, visions that weren’t a reality (yet), wanting something so big and extreme that people would laugh. 

My dad still makes fun of me for wanting a winery in the south of France. Now, I don’t take it personally that he thinks it’s a pipe dream. It fuels me. It’s not his fault he doesn’t see it happening. He’s not a dreamer like me. We’ll call him a realist. Something that sets me apart is that every single person in my life knows I’m going to own a gorgeous A-frame cottage on the lake with my golden pup Tuck. 

I talk about it non-stop. I have dreams about life on the lake, what I’m going to do when I get there and how I plan on having my wedding on the property. It’s funny, but I have this undeniable belief that I will own this someday very soon. You can’t sway me from this. I see it. I see it so fucking clearly. And I won’t let anyone tell me otherwise. When you have this belief, this confidence, this drive, that’s when you find the motivation and energy to see through this goal and dream(s) of yours. That’s where the magic happens. 

We dreamers will always want the brightest of things. But, not everyone has what it takes to overcome life’s challenges, mediocrity, and put in the extra time it takes to get there. Lasting change on a deep, subconscious level isn’t always easy, and having someone in your corner that is encouraging you every step of the way is truly invaluable. 

That’s where I come in. I’ve created a gorgeous quiz to see if you have what it takes to accomplish your biggest dreams, and TBH I think you do. If you want the goods, all you’ve got to do is sign up for my newsletter and each step to reaching your goals will be dropped into your inbox.

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