What do Kate Northrup, Danielle LaPorte, and Marie Forleo all have in common? My envy.

I’ve felt rather disconnected lately. I find myself wanting to fix it and understand it. Mend my wound. Feel better NOW. But it’s just not working.

I read this note from the Universe today and reminded me that I don’t have to be so hard on myself….

You will live forever.

You will live forever.

Megan, you will live forever.


Kind of puts everything else into perspective, huh?


The Universe

I’ve been so busy thinking of all the success I should be experiencing right now. Telling myself I’m missing something, there’s a factor I’m not seeing. Why do they have it and I don’t? Am I not suppose to have that kind of success even though it’s something I desire?

Instead of just stopping. Breathing. Connecting with my heart. Trusting my journey and being happy with where I am. Because there is. SO. Much for me to be happy about.

Sometimes I dream up these ideas about people like Kate Northrup, Danielle LaPorte, Marie Forleo – that their lives are all perfect. They don’t have bad hair days. Bad money days.

The rug doesn’t get pulled out from under them. Feeling bitter. And jealous. All the while still in love (and envious) of their work.

And then I watched an interview with Kate Northrup and Sara Avant and I was reminded that these bold, dashing and fabulous women are but human, too.

These feelings always find me around the Holidays. It’s as if I’m rebelling against Santa’s insistant demand to be jolly. Call me the Grinch. 

I want light-heartedness. I want FREEDOM. I want the sensation of being FULL-filled. I want love. Deep, rich, sensual love. That kind that sings you to sleep at night. I want a stage to sing on. To speak on. To do the chicken dance on.

I want to be a vessel of healing for the world.

I want to be the best me I can be. In all its cliche.

I want sacred honesty and integrity. Truth. Truth. Truth.

I want…. connection.