Category Archives: Blog

  • Hurricane Harvey – Help or Get Out of the Way

    Posted on August 30, 2017 by Meghan in Blog.

    [I’m really tired and probably not thinking clearly, but here is my Hurricane Harvey ramble rant.] I see the sun peeking in through my window and only now do I believe that Hurricane Harvey is over. Finally, finally over. I’ve seen a lot of good out on the streets of Houston. Neighbors helping neighbors. People […]

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  • Accountability Buddy

    Posted on August 10, 2017 by Meghan in Blog.

      I write both fiction and non-fiction. My blog posts is my non-fictional outlet, and I write and submit fictional stories of varying lengths to publishers with the goal of one day being published and getting paid for my efforts. Back in January I set my writing goals for 2017 Write and publish 26 blog posts. Write […]

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  • A Photo Essay: A Weekend in California Wine Country

    Posted on July 31, 2017 by Meghan in Blog.

    I spent the weekend with some amazing friends in beautiful California wine country. Amid ruthless rounds of Exploding Kittens and The Settlers of Catan, I snapped a ton of photos. These were my favorites. Enjoy! xoxo, Meghan

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  • Setting Systems vs. Goals

    Posted on July 16, 2017 by Meghan in Blog.

    I stumbled across a video on YouTube called Goal Setting Is a Hamster Wheel, Learn to Set Systems Instead. I’m a fan of setting goals for myself, so I was intrigued. The guy in the video made a point I’ve never thought about before: there’s an emptiness to achieving a goal. Reaching a goal is a moment in […]

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  • Coffee Snobbery: Level Up

    Posted on July 1, 2017 by Meghan in Blog.

    This week I conducted a coffee experiment inspired by this video: I roasted my own coffee beans. Summary: The guy in the video basically said K-cups and pre-ground coffee come from Satan’s asshole (my translation). I was disinclined to agree. My store bought coffee is fine, I thought. But I’m always on the lookout for […]

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