Today’s Gem: Is It Time To Rewrite Your “Story?”

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We all have our “story.” Things that have happened to us in our past. Choices we made. People who have disappointed us. Phases and moments we wish we could forget.

A big reason people seek me out is they are suspended in “pause” mode yet so desperately want to push the “play” button on their life. In order to do this, it’s essential to start imagining something different.

So how do you move forward and write your new story? Here are a few tips to get you going:

Forgiveness is a biggie.

Make peace with everyone and everything with this power statement (try saying it as many times as needed until you feel lighter):

“I forgive and release you.”
P.S. Don’t forget this one: “I forgive myself and release my guilt/shame/regret, etc.”

Move away from habits and into rituals.

We all have the “Num Nums” (aka “Numbing mechanisms”) that keep us stuck. They hold us in place and prevent us from really shining in life. They can exist within the areas of well-being, relationships, work, etc.

Choosing to replace these habits with healthy and “feel good” rituals is what moves you out of stuck and into flow.

Imagination is your Super Power.

Tap into your 9-year-old self. The one who daydreamed with no limits. Everything that exists was once imagined…. and everything, whether we want it or not, was and is born out of our minds, beliefs, and thoughts.

Creating a vision for your life through your imagination is the starting point of your story.

P.S. The final and crucial step is obviously ACTION. This is where we sometimes get delayed. Reach out to me if this is a repeat roadblock in your life as my programs and resources can help move your forward.

Have a great weekend!


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Meg Daly


Hi I’m Meg. I love helping empathic people who sometimes “feel too much” calm their head, hearts, and homes through my courses and books. Ultimately we all want to feel good in our bodies, relationships, and with the work we do in this world. When we remove the roadblocks that exist on the road to feeling the way we want to feel life tend to flow easier. 

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