Megan finds joy in many things, but mostly her cats and her bookshelves. 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 is looking forward to getting married to her fiancé, Craig, this summer, and trying to make the most of living in New Jersey.
Make your heart sing by finding your "micro-motives"
October 10, 2019
I think it's safe to say that we all want to enjoy our lives. We want to feel passionate, inspired, and we want our hearts to sing. Well, guess what? You can find out just what makes your heart sing by judging others.
17 journal prompts to help get you started
August 15, 2019
I own about 17 blank notebooks. I see them at stores and feel the urge to buy them, acting like I'll fill them up, but I never have.
Welcome to New York
April 5, 2019
James Potter loves New York City — I think it’s because brunch lasts most of the day or it’s where Lin-Manuel Miranda created “Hamilton.” But he tells me that’s not it. “There’s nowhere in the world like New York to test yourself,” he says.
Why you can't let comparison steal your joy
March 14, 2019
It's a natural instinct to compare yourself to other people, from when you were very young to now. Does that kid have better toys? Did Aaron get a higher score on that test? Why didn't I get accepted to that college too? I just got a new job, but my friend still has a better one.
Loyal guardian or entertaining optimist? The ancient wisdom of the Enneagram explained
February 28, 2019
Over the last few months, I’ve been seeing the word “Enneagram” pop up all over my Instagram feed. People credited it with making them better partners, changing the way they dealt with their kids, and helping them understanding who they were. There are books, there are blogs, there are really expensive courses you can take. People are really into this thing.