The Dream Board

Hannah Jane Nancarrow

Two years ago I created a dream board. In case you’re not female or have missed this new era practice, a dream board is basically a poster that you fill with images and words that represent all your life’s dreams, goals and aspirations. Dream boards coincide with the law of attraction, which pretty much says “you reap what you sow.” If you have a negative mindset and stew over worries or negative thoughts, then you’ll attract negativity and bad things will surround you. If you choose to think and act positively and visualize positive outcomes, you will attract goodness and positivity.

So back to this dream board I made — I spent hours filling it with all the things I wanted. There was a big beautiful boat out on a crystal blue ocean, an 8,000 sqft Craftsman style home overlooking a sprawling green property, exotic vacation destinations, a black on…

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Hannah Jane Nancarrow is a San Diego State University alumni, with a B.A. in journalism and new media. After graduating in 2011, Hannah worked in local T.V. news before her dad was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. Hannah managed and contributed to her dad’s incredibly popular blog (thenancarrowproject.com) and social media platforms before he passed away, after 11 months of bravely battling and blogging. The diagnosis was a catalyst for her own writing and for following each whim and dream. Today, Hannah writes her own blog and has been a keynote speaker at San Diego Women's Week, Relay for Life, and a top fundraiser for cancer-related causes throughout San Diego. Hannah also has a passion for health and fitness, since losing 75 pounds in 2011. She earned her Spinning® and group fitness instructor certifications, and teaches weekly cycle classes in Encinitas, California. Hannah also earned her real estate license and works in the family business, Nancarrow Realty Group, in North County San Diego.

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10 comments on “The Dream Board
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  2. Katherine says:

    Living without regrets is the best thing and best revenge against any aliments.

  3. Cathy Dittrich says:

    Hannah you are on my dream board as one of my favorites, and someone who I admire so much! And I can’t wait to take one of your spin classes!!! (actually I’m a little afraid…)

  4. Vicki Markley says:

    Such a beautiful young inspiring lady you are~

  5. Susan R. Wise says:

    Like your article and description of your “Dream Board” – I send along many “hearts,” “flowers of various species,” and “gorgeous rainbows” – for blessings to be sprinkled upon your darling Dad, Loren, beautiful & sweet Mom, Susie + your dear brother & darling Britta!! Keep the Faith – all good things & prayers are comin’ to the Nancarrow family from me!! Love, Hugs & Kisses, Susan & Julian Wise

  6. Monica Way says:

    Love.

  7. mary giovaniello says:

    How blessed you are to know what the true gifts of life are and at a such a young age! I used to pray “Give us this day our daily bread”. and think it meant food. After my husbands experience with GBM I learned it means what ever daily gifts we receive and whatever lessons we need to learn. With so much gratitude…

  8. LynnM says:

    Hannah, of the many seeds your parents have planted, you’ve blossomed the most beautifully–beach bod or not. Thanks for writing about your Dream Board.

  9. Shirley Johnson says:

    You and your Family are such an inspiration. I lost my husband to cancer after 58 years . It is still so hard. You all have tremendous strength and hope. Hang in there, miracles do happen.Prayers daily ……………Much love, Shirley El Cajon

  10. Sofia says:

    Thank you for sharing!
    You’ve inspired me to make a new dream board as well.
    Funny how we suddenly realize that it’s people and relationships that bring us true happiness. Unfortunately it takes a shock to our hearts that usually cause us to come to this realization.

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