I’m Back… And ready to serve


Simply opening up this white blank page to type feels good.

I must admit, before I decided to part ways with this space for a while, I was feeling a little dry. Writing was beginning to feel a little chore-like.

But now (after an incredibly refreshing break) I’m dripping with enthusiasm, soaked full of inspiration. My ideas bank has been rebooted. I can feel the words busily brewing within.

By-goly-gosh it’s good to be back.

So what have I been up to?

What I have got planned?

It’s time for a quick catch up, I think. 

While I was gone I….

  • Jumped out of a plane
  • Had a birthday (22!)
  • Spent two glorious weeks in Bali ( Blog series Coming Soon!)
  • Read “Gone Girl” in under 24 hours
  • Became addicted to Abraham
  • Started a new little juice bar job
  • Filled 2+ journals full of (sometimes soulful, sometimes silly, sometimes senseless) scribbles.
  • Got a pretty awesome sun-kissed glow


And after all that LIVING, I now find myself swimming in a deep, intense ocean of inspiration. The waters are super clear. And I’m ready to take action. Inspired action that is.

(Very important side note: Never act out of need, pressure or so-called “necessity”. Inspired action, that which excites and stirs your very soul, is the only aciton ever worth taking). 

So let’s dive into what this “inspired-action-o’-mine” is going to look like.

A New Direction

I’m a people watcher, a very keen observer of the world, and as of late something BIG has been drawn to my attention.

It’s a (not-so-little) something I like to call “The Void”. 

  • That overwhelming sense of emptiness within,
  • That deep yearning for “more”,
  • That palpable sense of unhappiness, disillusionment, discontentment that we as human beings often experience at one point or another.

And it’s fucking plaguing young women! 

I can feel it, taste it, sense it growing uncontrollably all around me.What I see is a whole lot of 20-something year olds who should really be entering into a time of excitement, adventure and exploration yet seem to be feeling nothing but detachment, unworthiness, comparison and fear.

Sound familiar? 

What’s even scarier is this. Everywhere I turn I witness beautiful young ladies desperately trying to fill said “void” with the only tools they know of – sex, drugs, alcohol, relationships, food and their body image.

This frustrates the hell out of me. But what’s even more disheartenting (and my second BIG observation) is the lack of alternative “void-filling” tools being advocated out there. Although sub-consciously these women know the drinking, the drugs and the casual sex is only serving to deepen the void and intensify the emptiness, there doesn’t appear to be any other appealing options.

There is very little support that comprehensively, sensitively and un-intimidating-ly guides young women from frazzled and fearful to free and flourishing without suggesting they all become Sober Sally’s and start living off green juice and toting crystals.* 

*Although that’s definitely a possible path and in fact the one I took! 

And there, my friends, lies the pretty damn big gap which I’ve observed in both the blogging and real-world arenas. There are few avenues young women can turn to to help them realise their potential, their infinite inner well of energy, without them feeling like they have to subscribe to a specific diet/ way of life/ routine/ belief system.

This has gotta change!

So as 20-something year old who only 18 months ago was deeply swept up in “the void”, yet has now successfully surfaced, I’m feeling pretty driven to share my story (Which goes a little something like thisthis and this).

My message is a BIGGIE: “The Void” is an illusion.

My mission is simple: To guide women to rediscover their inner substance and remind them of the simple truth…

You are already FULL. 

So what can you expect? 

  • Blog posts
    • I’m simplifying and toning back the “woo-woo” (for a little while a least) in an attempt to serve those that may be experiencing their first foray into the land of spirituality, self-inquiry and self-love.
    • There will be more of a focus on “real world” stuff. Like this, this and this.
    • I’m upping the “calls to action”. The balls gonna be landing on your side of the court more.
  • Workshops/ Events 
    • I’ve decided in the flesh, face-to-face kinda connection is where it’s at for 2015.
    • Workshops helping reintroduce women to their inner power and take control of their existence. Think: A 20-something’s guide to single-dom, (semi) sobriety and spirituality.
    • Brisbane/ Gold Coast Babes keep your eyes peeled for details coming soon! 
  • Bali Travel series
    • It was only a short trip, but with her sights, smells and many, many, many paradoxes, Bali had me twisted around her little finger. I’ve got a whole lot to say about this island, so will be devoting a few extra special posts to her straight up.


So now I’ve got that all out, I’ve only got one last thing to say.

If this new direction o’ mine resonates with you I’m so excited to have you aboard. However if ya not feelin’ it, I lovingly send you on your way. Don’t stick around here out of obligation! (But please know, you’re welcome back any time!).

Now here’s to inspired action. 

Let’s. Do. This. 

Big Love Meg x



26 Comments to “I’m Back… And ready to serve”

  1. You are fabulous Meg. Happy to have you back! I can’t wait to watch the next part of your journey unfold! WOO! XX

  2. Karla says:

    Oh beautiful girl it’s so good to have you back and I’ve soaked up so much inspiration just from reading this. Love you to bits x

  3. Fran says:

    Oh Meggy, so pleased for you! So often I want to right the woo-woo stuff but then remember that one of my biggest aims is to be approachable. Hopefully I’ll be able to make one of your workshops when I’m in Australia – see you on the flip side! Good luck honey, can’t wait to see what you have up you’re sleeves xxx

    • Yes, the woo-woo stuff seems to come pretty naturally for me. But yes, definitely need to remember that you do want other to be able to understand you! hehe.
      Are you actually coming to Aus soon?!!! xxx

  4. Erin says:

    So happy to have you back Meg. I can’t wait to see your new direction unfold – you certainly sound very inspired and inspiring. xx

  5. Kelly says:

    Yay! Loved reading this today Meg! Happy you’re back, inspired and READY! You have given me a greta little motivational boost this morning just by feeling the enthusiasm in your soul. Looking forward to your events, Im a little further north, Sunshine Coast based, but would love to help you facilitate up here if you are keen. There are lots of wonderful people in this area who would JUMP at playing and learning and creating with you.
    Much love beautiful girl.

  6. Emily-Rose says:

    So happy to have you back! Can not wait to see all of the new magic you create, here’s to inspired action and LIVING :) big wave of bliss your way Meg xx

  7. Chloe says:

    Welcome back Meg. Oh and happy birthday from a fellow 22 year old! I absolutely love your new direction and I got some serious chills just reading about it. I am looking forward to seeing how it all plays out xo

  8. Kristen says:

    Happy to have you back! Looking forward to these real life work shops!


  9. Laura says:

    What a buzzing post, thanks for the inspirational words :) Workshops = Brilliant!! Bring on the good shit xox

  10. Monique Allendorf says:

    Love your blogs Meggy – Hoping Bali will do same for me. It’s all about work, work and more work. Work at work, work when I get home – I’m surrounded by it :( Can’t wait for some Bali blogs so I can indulge myself when I’m there. xoxoxo

  11. Lana says:

    Ohhh HELL YEAH missy! Love love love all of this – and it sounds epic. I’m so onboard and can’t wait to see what you bring forth next. Sounds like bali was amaze and looking forward to seeing/reading more about it. And look at you all sunkissed and glowy! Just beautiful, all of it. Sending love and big squeezes xoxo

  12. Brandy says:

    I am glad your back Meg! I look forward to seeing where your journey takes you and the stories you have to share!

    Brandy xo

  13. Anika says:

    You go sista! I’m in awe of your focus and drive at such a young age. You’re impressive, captivating, beautiful and just a solid injection of info and support that so many lovely ladies out there need. The world needs you, and well done for shining through xx

  14. Wow! I just discovered your blog and have very recently become addicted to Abraham too!!! Double wow! I commend you on owning your vision (your wonderful, necessary vision) with such grace and clarity, The path of least resistance awaits you and I am inspired by your journey xxx

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