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.
Finding courage and following your heart
May 28, 2020
Ask yourself this: “If I had more courage, what would I stop doing right now? What would I start doing?” Courage is one of the cornerstone habits of great leaders.
Locked and loaded: joy triggers
May 18, 2020
So, what makes you happy? What are the simple, perhaps irrational, things that bring you joy? I found out the other day that these things are called "joy triggers." And I loved that.
How to write a gratitude letter that'll blow someone away
May 7, 2020
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?
Exercise your mind with daily affirmations
April 30, 2020
It's so easy for us to get sucked into a barrage of negative thoughts. One small, intrusive thought leads to another and another. Daily affirmations can change your mindset and help you create the future you want!
How to overcome the "forgetting curve" and improve your memory
April 9, 2020
Even now, 20 years later, I remember that Nickelodeon was on Channel 39. I convinced myself that detail was important, and I managed to retain it. However, other information I've learned has slipped away as if it was never there in the first place. Much of my memory, like yours, falls victim to the forgetting curve.