We are continually surfing the highs and lows of emotions. Part of being human is riding the waves so that we don’t go under, so that we can catch our breath, so that we can feel the exhilaration that balance, joy, and peace can bring. Our human nature is filled with the ebbs and flows […]
The holiday season has past and now that the new year has begun, you may be feeling the desire for a fresh vision in 2023. A vision that supports your mental health, physical health, enriches your relationships, and just makes you feel good. If so, it makes sense that you would like to create one […]
As a professional working mom, I’m faced with making multiple decisions a day, both big and small. As a new solopreneur, the number of daily decisions have been dialed up this past year. Launching in early 2022 as a Well-being Life Coach, I’m also still working part-time as a college instructor, raising a teen, am […]
I heard the week between Christmas and New Year called “The Void” and thought it was pretty accurate. It is a distinct time where we are in between something that feels important that is ending and something that feels important beginning. Because of this there can be a lot of noise, but also a desire […]
Living a life that really matters is one filled with meaning. It is a life that makes you feel fulfilled. Propels you to show up each day, even when obstacles stand in your way, and satisfies you with a sense of purpose. Martin Seligman, the father of Positive Psychology, defines a meaningful life as one […]
If you’ve ever wondered what working with a life coach would be like, my new YouTube series called “One Life Question with Meg” will paint the picture. In this series I’ll answer a question related to one of the four cornerstones from my signature “Your Well-being” program: Clarity, Balance, Peace, and Confidence. I bring together […]
I recently had a session with a client who said, “I feel drained from the thought and energy I put into the things that are going wrong”. She went on to express how it can get to the point where she becomes fixated on what is wrong.