January, for my line of work, is busy season! And as exciting and energizing as it is, it can be very difficult to "turn it off" and quiet my mind. Think about it: you're suddenly laying in bed attempting to lull yourself to sleep after a jam packed day full of meetings, emails, and phone… Continue reading How Do You Quiet Your Mind?
I've always thought that eating disordered behavior functions much like an addiction given that your brain activity and patterns can directly correlate to the type of disordered eating behaviors you exhibit and how you recover. According to the National Eating Disorders Association, "Researchers have identified specific neurobiological differences in the brains of people with anorexia,… Continue reading Disordered Eating: The Brain vs. The Power of Will
I'm frustrated. At this point, I'm frustrated by the bodily pain I feel every day. I know I'm lucky and that many have it worse than I do. But I consider myself a generally healthy person. I eat well and exercise 2-4 times a week. I know I could increase that, probably, but the chronic… Continue reading Experiments in Pain Management
January is naturally a time for introspection and reflection for a lot of people (I covered this in my post about resolutions). This includes thinking about health. After a routine doctor's appointment, it was suggested that I have a follow up appointment to investigate my health further. Spoiler alert: I'm totally fine, yay! After the… Continue reading An Exercise in Gratitude
One of the biggest victims from our holiday celebrations and merry making is our skin. Many of us increase our intake of sugar, red meat, and alcohol. We frequently wear and (hopefully) remove our makeup for the many parties we attend and we're often not sleeping as soundly as we need to. You may even… Continue reading How I’m Healing My Holiday Skin
It's been a while, friends. Sorry for the lax posting. December was incredibly busy for me and I enjoyed it thoroughly and was actually far less drained than I would have expected. That said, I'm relieved that the celebrations are dwindling and at the moment, I have no plans for New Year's Eve. I'm totally… Continue reading Thoughts on Resolutions
As fun as the holidays are, they can also be super duper draining. I don't pretend to know the secrets to balancing it all in the best possible way, but I do have some suggestions for having fun and and avoiding feeling bad, mentally or physically. Part of me is creating this post as a… Continue reading Survival Tips for The Holidays
'Tis the season of many a holiday party. From Thanksgiving dinner at your significant others' to work events, your calendar is probably jam packed for the next few months. And one of the questions plaguing women often can be, "what should I wear?" I'm going to suggest some ideas for you all depending on what… Continue reading Holiday Outfit Ideas
If you know me, this may surprise you. You may even disagree. The truth is that I am an extroverted introvert. An introvert can be defined as a shy, reticent person. That's not the case for me. I am socialable, outgoing, and very far from shy. Some may consider me gregarious and really open. All of… Continue reading The Joys and Challenges of Being an Extroverted Introvert
Without further ado, I present you with a curated gift guide that covers all the bases I could think of! Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah; enjoy this holiday season and don't be a Scrooge; treat your loved ones to more than just a basic gift card or cash! Please let me know if you end up choosing… Continue reading Megan’s 2018 Holiday Gift Guide!