Because I Believe in Your Dreams

I believe in your dreams.

I’ve started this post about three hundred times, with metaphors, with snark, with manifestos and open letters. But there it is, that is what I really want you to know.

I believe in your dreams. 

I know that you have a lot going on. What other people are telling you are excuses, you see as your reality. You can’t rent a cabin, take vacation days, stop answering your phone. You would love to be able to prioritize your work above all else, but there are tiny people in your house that need to be fed multiple times a day and you are in charge of that.

You can’t just not go to work. There are bills to pay, and unfortunately, right now you aren’t getting paid to do the thing you love. And your pay checks are just barely covering the bills. I know.

I believe in your dreams, anyway. I still believe in them. I still believe in you. It probably isn’t going to be picturesque, a couple of people are going to call it crazy, but I think we can make it work. I believe your current reality can also have space for your dreams.

Let me tell you why.

I believe in your dreams, and I want to help. I am offering coaching sessions through the Story Unfolding. The website isn’t quite ready to go, but I just want to make sure you know that you can do this. 

Call it the “No Cabin In The Woods Special.” Right now, I am setting up half price coaching, for anyone who doesn’t have the funds for a cabin in the woods. For $45* (normal price 90) you get an hour with me. We will explore what you want to do, and how you are going to fit it in to your life. I’m warning you right now, it may not be the idyllic experience you dreamed of, but maybe your dream is worth doing anyway. I promise, there is room in your life for everything you are meant to do.

If you don’t have a cabin in the woods, and you are ready to figure out how to do this thing anyway, I am your girl. Email me at accidentaldevotional(at)gmail(dot)com and we will set up coaching. You are worth it. So are your dreams.

*But Abby, I took a cold hard look at my budget, I don’t have that either. Email me anyway. We will work it out. 

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7 thoughts on “Because I Believe in Your Dreams

  1. Abby, this is me: “You can’t just not go to work. There are bills to pay, and unfortunately, right now you aren’t getting paid to do the thing you love. And your pay checks are just barely covering the bills. I know.” and I just know I need this “…I think we can make it work. I believe your current reality can also have space for your dreams.” and this “…there is room in your life for everything you are meant to do.” ❤

  2. Inspirational and Posted to Facebook! I know many people in your situation including family members! Thank You and please keep me posted as well as others. Your dedications speak volumes!

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