How I manifested my *dream* job ~ I am sharing the story with you today! I’m excited to finally share my new full-time role and the details about how I manifested it into creation.
After 5 years of being a freelance creative entrepreneur, meaning, a visual architect of many sorts (graphic design, photography, content creation, writer, and beyond) I decided I wanted to niche down and go further rather than wide. It was time to leverage my skillsets and narrow it into a role, without compromising my location independent lifestyle and core values.
I put the intention out there in February 1st at the Joe Dispenza retreat. If you don’t know the premise of his *life-changing* retreats, it’s essential to learn to create your life through quantum creation and attract in whatever you want, be it health, wealth, love, through the understanding of quantum physics and vibrational alignment. You can read about my experience at the week-long retreat here.
This time coming into the 7-day workshop, I decided to get specific on what I wanted in my career since I’ve been craving something that felt more stable, like, this is it, I can embody all of my skillsets and not be jumping from client to client with inconsistent income. I really wanted to begin planning my future and having the comfort to know when I would be paid next. Stability and consistency were the ideas here.
The intentions I chose to become on February 1st, the beginning of the retreat were stable, successful, and secure. I felt grateful for the opportunity that was already mine.
This is the key to manifesting, you must feel the feelings before the event. Intention + elevated emotion = manifestation. The feelings of love and gratitude literally increase your magnetism via your heart and brain coherence. This is the science behind the magic of creation. What starts in the 5th dimension as a potential (there’s limitless potentials in the quantum field) becomes matter in the 3rd dimension (the physical dimension of form).
We’re doing this daily moment by moment whether we’re aware of it or not. But when you know how to tap into your own power to create, the world becomes a place of unlimited options.
I got super specific on how I wanted to feel. I wanted to work with a small team of super cool women, with the creative freedom to execute my vision and contribute to something I believed in wholeheartedly. I wanted flexibility and to work remotely. Something that was a direct extension of myself.
After the retreat, I let it go and released the desire completely.
On February 8th, I was standing in my kitchen in Tulum. I was looking at spices and figuring out what to cook, and that is when I suddenly received higher guidance. I was told “Remote Year”. It hit me like a bolt of lightning. Remote Year was one of the brands that initially inspired me to embark on the digital nomad lifestyle. I was pulled to check and see if they were hiring.
Remote Year hosts worldwide trips and provides community, accommodations, and experiences for remote workers around the globe. And you know at the core of my values is freedom, travel, and community.
So I went online, went to their page, scrolled down to “careers” and low and behold they had a posting for “Visual Designer”. Hi, that’s me! The listing resonated deeply with my skillset and passion and I applied immediately. Then I went on LinkedIn and wrote a message to my now boss *spoiler alert* explaining why I’m the embodiment of the brand and why I would be the best decision.
I knew I already had the job before she even replied. I just felt it and it made too much sense not to be.
Fast forward two months later, on April 18th I began working as a Senior Visual Designer with Remote Year. Just over a month later, I have stability, freedom, and flexibility and am designing content every day with an amazing team. I am getting paid every two weeks which feels amazing, and I am able to forecast my next purchases with the certainty of what I can afford. There’s so much value in planning and feeling really stable, especially with living this unusual nomadic lifestyle.
The moral of the story is this:
When you get clear, the universe will answer the call. When you get quiet enough to listen, you will be guided to the right next step.
Here’s to learning, growing, and embodying more responsibility than ever. I’m stepping into greatness meaning, a balanced life, and it’s feeling really good.
Onward & upward, to my next journey: out of Tulum and to Montreal for the summer. I can’t wait to discover all of the best cafes and rooftops to work from and cultivate old and new community in a city I love.
Christine is a twenty-something coffee-obsessed traveler from a small town in the US. She sold everything 3 years ago to follow her curiosity around the world.
As a passionate freelance graphic designer, digital nomad, and photographer, she has explored it all! Her mission is to help others live their dream lifestyles around what lights them up.