My name is Megan – no, I’m not from the south, but I do use “y’all” as a staple in my vocabulary.
My first thoughts of a blog included too many ideas to focus on one area – and then it hit me, why not have a blog that gets it all out there… and if there are others out there like me, maybe they will like being able to go to one blog for tid-bits of a lot of things.
I am married to a man who is far more than I deserve, his name is Travis and he is the love of my life. We have two beautiful little girls. I work in higher education and women’s fashion. I own a small business and do wardrobe styling & consulting. I have had a number of health issues which I have learned to treat through a mix of western & eastern medicine, as well as nutrition and exercise. I have owned horses my entire life (currently have four), one wild rescue dog named Remi, four barn cats, and a crew of guinea hens.
I am a Christian. I am a refined yet, rough-around-the edges country girl. I don’t identify with any political party; instead I choose to take each issue on its own. I have weird quirks and I swear half of the e-cards out there fit perfectly into my life. I have a serious addiction to chocolate – (2 candy bars a day is doing good… yes, I have a problem.)
My best talent = finding the most amazing deals. I love higher end things, but certainly don’t have the budget to afford them. I plan on sharing these deals with you
I have a Master of Science in Organizational Communication – which is essentially Business Communication, with the emphasis on Healthcare Communication. I love analyzing and understanding how people function & grow through life experience.
Life isn’t perfect, but I’ve found that the more I count my blessings, the more I have to be thankful for. I love the advice I’ve been given over the years from some very wise people and I am very excited to share. The first being – positivity breeds positivity. It doesn’t just reproduce itself in other people, it multiplies within yourself.
I love helping people, specifically – I love empowering other women. Life can be hard enough the way it is, we should be building each other up, not tearing each other down.