Keep it Light

Sometimes life gets heavy. The last few months of 2018 were some of the heaviest. They were emotionally, mentally, physically draining, and I was suffocating under the burden of this weight – I snapped under it. As a result, I realized that I don’t want to live like that anymore. That less is more. LessContinue reading “Keep it Light”

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A Message From the Universe

I’m on The Universe Talks‘ mailing list which delivers a “message from the universe” to my inbox each weekday morning. (If you don’t already get these, SIGN UP YESTERDAY. Also, you’re welcome.) Today I woke up to: “Resentment, anger, and impatience, Megan, all have their place. Actually, they’re absolutely priceless, revealing to those who feelContinue reading “A Message From the Universe”

Screen Time

My friend, Charlie, has been doing this thing where he deletes Facebook and Instagram first thing Monday morning, and then reinstalls it after work on Friday. He has been more productive at work and home, and makes an effort to connect with friends individually instead of through social media. After two weeks,  his iPhone usageContinue reading “Screen Time”

DFW | Jenny Lewis

After going through a brief bout of “WTF?!?” after my break-up in late December, I quickly found myself itching to surround myself with the things that bring me joy – yoga classes, hiking, friends, group dinners – oh, and the arts! Theatre, live music, visual art – you name it. Basically all the things IContinue reading “DFW | Jenny Lewis”

Love Machine

Thank you for reminding me that the heart’s purpose is to deliver oxygen to the sacred waters that flow through me, and put my focus on the stewardship of my body and spirit. -Pixie Lighthorse I was happy. Immensely happy. I woke up each morning thanking the sun, moon, stars, and my lover for choosingContinue reading “Love Machine”

Ayurveda: The Science of You

Known as yoga’s sister science, Ayurveda is the 5,000-year-old practice of medicine – making it the oldest recorded! Long before Western medicine realized the mind-body connection, sages in India developed this sophisticated system designed to not only treat illness and ailments, but to prevent them through knowledge and care of self. That means we haveContinue reading “Ayurveda: The Science of You”

The Struggle Is Real

I’m reminded today that mourning can be incredibly lonely. Maybe it’s because no two people grieve in the same way. You can be in a room surrounded by others experiencing the same loss, but still feel alone. We all know that life is a cycle with ups, downs, a beginning, middle, and end. Even whenContinue reading “The Struggle Is Real”