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Dream List Media Review

There is so many things that I dream of doing someday whether it be from going on a dream vacation or becoming a nurse. I have all these ideas in my head about what I want to accomplish, but I have never bothered to put pen to paper and write it down. That was until I was introduced to the Dream List Photo Journals and given a copy of Dream List for My Amazing Life to review.
Melissa Borghorst is the creator of Dream List Media and offered me a chance to try out the Dream List for My Amazing Life Photo Journal. This is no ordinary journal as its designed for you to organize, realize and commemorate your life’s dreams. It has a unique fill-in-the blank format to allow users to create personalized dream lists, map out action plans and organize dream contacts and resources. After achieving each dream, it provides photo and journal space to highlight each accomplishment. The finished product is a customized book about your exciting and fun-filled life to inspire future dreams to share with friends and family. These journals can also be used for children or teens to help them with their career path or just for fun!
Melissa Borghorst grew up dreaming big and had lots of exciting adventures that she wanted to accomplish in her lifetime. Since creating her own Dream List Photo Journal, she has done some pretty amazing things like skydiving, backpacking across Europe, becoming an author and entrepreneur and riding in a hot air balloon to name a few. And she has the pictures and details in her Dream List Photo Journal to prove it!
Melissa is also the host of an online radio show called Dream List Radio. She recently did a show for parents- Help Your Kids Achieve Their Dreams and invites you to check it out!
The Dream List Photo Journal sells for $16.95 and can be purchased by visiting Dream List Media or on Amazon.

My Review
I have to say that I was really impressed with this concept and love the idea of recording all the exciting things I would like to do or achieve in my lifetime. I’m a believer that if you think about something and focus on it, you will draw it into your life so by thinking of what you want to do or have, you will be attracting it to you. This is the Law of Attraction and this journal works with applying it in your life.
The Dream List Photo Journal is a hard cover book that is 132 pages long. It’s divided up into different sections making it easy to navigate. The introduction gives a full and detailed explanation about how to use the book and is in easy to understand terms. There is a large amount of space for many many dreams to be recorded so you can think big and go wild with it which is what I did.
A few of my dreams were travelling over to Scotland and visiting the castles. I’ve dreamed about doing that since I was a kid, but never bothered to record it or even tell anyone about it. By recognizing it, I think that is the first step to make it a reality. I’m doing my research now to see about costs and to start saving to go! Another one of my dreams was to go back to school for Nursing and with the help of my Dream List Photo Journal, I have written down what I need to do to achieve that goal. I like that I can put anything my heart desires because it’s my personal Dream Journal. I can imagine the satisfaction of putting up a picture of me graduating from university with a nursing degree in my journal!
I love this product and all its features and how it motivates me to take steps to going after what I want. The price is reasonable and is well worth it! I have a few friends who would love this product and am passing on the Dream List Media website to them.
Thanks to Melissa at Dream List Media for introducing me to this incredible and inspiring journal!
Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample of the product for review purposes. The opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product.

Stacie Vaughan

Stacie is the mom of two girls and lives in Ontario, Canada. She enjoys cooking/baking, photography, reading, DIY and is fueled by lots of coffee!

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