Hello lovely people. I’m just a normal, 28 year old human trying to figure out life – my friends and family call me Morgan.
What is it like to be a businesswoman?
It’s funny to hear that word linked to myself, haha. I’ve never considered myself to be very business savvy. Running my own business has come with its own sets up aches and pains and getting taken advantage of. But, it’s also brought me much freedom and happiness in my life that no amount of bumps in the road could take away from me.
It really wasn’t my idea…my audience on IG started requesting guides and tutorials, and I was like well, why not actually do this and create an ebook of what has worked for me? It started out as creating one, little guide, and turned into my entire life.
Oh absolutely. Not for the ‘running your own business’ part. But because it’s terrifying to put yourself out there. To create a product, charge people for it and hope to god they like it. You know? It’s a huge risk and lesson in vulnerability. I would never release a product just to make money. I put my heart and soul into my teaching and want it to be a representation of me as a person.
The freedom it brings. Not having to report to anyone besides yourself, or show up at a building besides your home. On the flip side that’s also the hardest part when you go through seasons of feeling uninspired.
That you literally have this ONE LIFE. Stop letting others decide how you live it.
Absolutely. I’m pretty certain when I dove headfirst into IG and thought I could make a career out of it, my family and friends thought I was batshit crazy, haha.
Honestly, I used to put a lot of weight into people’s opinions. If you would have asked me 10 years ago I’d probably even tell you it caused me to doubt myself. But now, it fuels the fire even further to trust my gut and continue doing what I know is best for me, even if others disagree.
Honestly, right now. Coming out on social media and publicizing my relationship with my girlfriend to all of my friends and family has not been all butterflies and rainbows. Especially growing up near the southern Bible Belt, where religion is prominent and there’s lots of conservative people who don’t look kindly upon same sex relationships.
To get out of my head and into my heart.
What message do you think every woman should hear?
YOU ARE WORTHY. You are capable. You are invaluable.
What do you love most about yourself?
Probably my greatest strength, which also happens to be a weakness, is that I always believe the best in people. Time and time again. I am really grateful to have that quality within me.
My health. Every day I wake up I know that it’s a gift, and I never want to take that for granted.
Keep baking. It will become therapy someday.
Speak up child, your opinion is validated.
Tell your mind to pipe down, your heart is patiently waiting for a turn.
Eat every bit of mom’s cooking while you can, cooking for yourself isn’t nearly as fun and doesn’t taste as good.
Love whomever you want to love, without hesitation.
Ask questions. Say no. Curiosity and firmness do not equal rudeness or stubbornness.
Embrace sex. It’s a pleasure, not a duty.
Thank your guardian angels more, you do a lot of stupid shit.
I know you think you have youe life planned out, but you don’t and that’s ok. Sometimes plans are overrated anyways.
For goodness sake wear a hat out of 5am morning swim practices and your throat won’t feel as sore.
Stop judging others, you know nothing of their stories.
You think you’re going to work in a hospital, but you actually start doing yoga on this weird app that you aren’t even a part of yet and it becomes your full time job.
Keep smiling that big, old smile. You spread so much happiness without knowing it.rTell your siblings you love them more. Someday you will live all over the world apart from each other.
Flat out sprint from anyone who causes you to feel less than or guilty for being exactly who you are. I promise there’s better out there.
You’re going to make mistakes. Lots of them. Forgive yourself.
Don’t be too stoked about turning 21, tbh, the early-mid twenties suck.
Keep believing the best in people. But not too much.
Continually offer myself grace. I think a lot of being stuck in the past is caused my the guilt and shame we carry around for past decisions and choices. We are our own worst critics….I think self forgiveness is underrated.
I’ve never had a mentor per se, but I do have someone I look up to greatly, and she once told me to never doubt my purpose in life. That she could see it, even if I couldn’t. I think it was something I needed to hear at the time and it reignited a belief in myself.
Who is your biggest role model?
Women who are standing up for their worth. I admire the hell out of all of you.