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.
Wabi-sabi: Accepting our imperfections
July 15, 2021
Wabi-sabi can mean many things: an escape from the modern world's obsession with perfection, a less is more mentality, authenticity. But overarchingly, according to Omar Itani, "it reminds us that all things including us and life itself, are impermanent, incomplete, and imperfect. Perfection, then, is impossible."
How to create change with habits
June 24, 2021
Many people think they need to make big sweeping changes to build the life they want. And sometimes, that's true. But more often, it's the small, subtle changes that make the biggest difference. The same goes for habits. Simple, achievable actions are the backbone of creating possibilities and making your goals a reality.
In the quest for professional success, experience trumps all. Or does it?
June 3, 2021
In an ultra-competitive world, it’s no longer enough to have done it before.
The power of expectations
April 1, 2021
Expectations are tricky things. Because of them, you can feel elated or disappointed by the same outcome. How do you want to feel?