Megan finds joy in many things, but mostly candles, cats, blankets, and books. Born and raised in Delaware, she grew up in an old, yellow farmhouse with her three siblings, her parents, and an assortment of pets. She studied professional writing at the University of Delaware and has worked in many different industries, including health care, finance, and professional services. She currently lives in New Jersey with her husband, Craig, and their two cats, Chase and Little Foot.
Vision board do's and don't's
January 6, 2022
The magic in showing gratitude
November 18, 2021
The power in seeing people as people
November 11, 2021
Assuming you don't see people as aliens or subhumans, you might be asking yourself, "What other way is there to see people besides people?" Well, when you are focused, obsessed, and absorbed with your own interests and activities, it's likely that you are only thinking of the people around you as far as they impact you. Perhaps you see them as competition, or as a roadblock, or perhaps an ally. Basically, you see them as objects and not as the complex, thoughtful beings they are. And that's a problem.