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, their daughter, Nora, and their two cats, Chase and Little Foot.
Bring on the spring! More music to inspire a fresh start.
April 28, 2022
The winter holidays and all that time spent indoors can create physical clutter, but the winter also brings mental fatigue as well. Cleaning up clutter and opening the windows for some fresh air isn’t just important for your living space but for your mind as well.
Is multi-tasking the biggest productivity myth out there?
March 17, 2022
The short answer? Probably. Multi-tasking. We’ve all heard about it and perhaps even touted it as something we’re great at it. But should we be proud of our multi-tasking abilities?
How to write a gratitude letter that'll blow someone away
March 3, 2022
Writing a gratitude letter may seem like an overblown thank you note, but that's simply not true. Imagine how you would feel if you received an honest, truthful letter that thanked you for how you impacted someone's life?
Vision board do's and don't's
January 6, 2022
Every January, we get a fresh start, so to speak. A clean slate. A blank piece of paper. But what are you going to do with that blank piece of paper? If you're already thought about your resolutions and goals, why not take it one step further and create a vision board?
The magic in showing gratitude
November 18, 2021
Until a few years ago, I placed myself solidly in the "Christmas is the best holiday of the year" camp. For me, Thanksgiving was a stop on the way to Cookieville and Christmas Tree Town. But, as the promise of new toys became less interesting, I realized that Thanksgiving has its own kind of magic. It's slow and subtle, but Thanksgiving reminds us all to stop and say thank you. To be grateful for what we have and what others give us. (And of course, to eat lots of mashed potatoes.)