Keeping. It. Real.

Lately I have had so many feelings about what I’m doing in this space, with my personal brand, with my podcast, with my career, with my life, and what my goals are.

And, why they matter.

And, how I can accomplish them.

There’s information out in the world about vision boarding, manifesting, setting reasonable goals, giving less fucks (reading more about that as we speak), and countless other pieces of advice and possible-life-altering-messages. It’s saturated. I feel overwhelmed with how much others want to help me.

The problem does not lie in searching for solutions, the problem lies in executing.

The truth is, I spend a lot of time thinking about things, and a lot of time planning and mapping and making list, and then…..nothing.

Sometimes, literally nothing.

If there are any writers out there, I bet you can relate. I have two books (like actual-Fucking-books-I-hope-to-finish-one-day), and a PILE of blog posts that have been started, played with, and discarded.

I worry about failure, I worry people won’t read it, I worry people WILL read it, I worry that I worry too much.

We’ve all got something that we’re working through/working on: in my life it’s being a finisher. Doing follow though. Crossing my T’s and dotting my i’s. Step one is going to be accepting my “failures” and keeping my plate reasonable (I tend to over fill).
May you also take baby steps toward your goals, bc you have to start somewhere….and even acknowledging the process is BIG.
So, be bold my friends, and let’s tackle our goals together! Let’s keep it real; life’s hard, and it’s going to get harder…..but we’re fucking awesome and we can do anything, even when there are obstacles (sometimes self imposed). In the immortal words of Jeff Goldblum:



finds a way.


Morgan Circle

Morgan Messick is a Pop-Culture fanatic, Podcast Host, Booktuber & total #BookBabe living in Austin, TX with her Husband and two dogs  Scoop & Eleanor. She aspires to grow her #TBR pile, do all of the hiking, travel as often as possible and make a joke at every turn. She utilizes laughter and yoga for daily medicine, thinks that Harry Potter is magic for all ages, and truly believes Die Hard is a great Christmas movie (SO DEAL WITH IT.)


Catch her musings here, and around the web — links in the “about” page!

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