Category Archives: Blog

  • Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Where’s the Pretty Ribbon for “Shit Happens”?

    Posted on October 1, 2017 by Meghan in Blog.

    I love October. October means Halloween and fall. It means pumpkin spiced everything. October is the gateway to the holidays and all the fun family gatherings and good food that comes with it. But October brings something else with it. In the coming days there will be an onslaught of pink everything. Because October is […]

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  • 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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