hi, I'm Meagan.
seeker. storyteller. mother of reinvention.
I’m a 40-something, nature-loving, divorced, many-career-pivots-in, mom of five kids from teen through young adult. I’ve been creating content for moms and about motherhood for over two decades – it’s been my passion for as long as I can remember. These days, my kids are getting older and life is changing fast, but I’m still passionate about meeting women where they are and helping them live happier, saner, more satisfying lives. If you’re looking for support, encouragement, ideas and inspiration as you move into a new stage of life, I’m here for you.
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5 essential elements of my midlife bedtime routine
I’ll be honest: I haven’t always been a “good sleeper.” In my 20s and early 30s, tried to cram in all my “me-time” after the kids went to bed, and stayed up way too late
3 Herbal Tea Blends To Help You Sleep
One of the most enjoyable elements of my midlife bedtime routine is a hot cup of herbal tea (more accurately called an herbal infusion or tisane). Here are three of my go-to bedtime blends, containing
Why sunrise alarm clocks are saving my midlife sleep (plus, my favorite models.)
I’ve been a faithful user of sunrise alarm clocks, also called wake-up lights, for years now, and they have truly transformed my attitude about mornings and experience of waking up. Instead of waking up abruptly
7 ways to get better sleep in perimenopause and menopause
For midlife women, a good night’s sleep can feel like a moving target. In perimenopause, which typically begins in the early-to-mid-40s, hormonal shifts can disrupt sleep in a variety of ways, just as other changes,
Discussing Midlife, Midsize Body Image – Sunday Morning Tea
Midlife can bring along with it some unexpected (and often unwelcome) bodily changes. How do we respond with self-compassion and stay acquainted with ourselves – rather than becoming alienated from our physical selves? And are
5 things I did “wrong” during my divorce (and one I did absolutely right)
When I started going through my divorce, it seemed like the world around me was suddenly full of warnings, advice, and admonitions. From lawyers and therapists to friends and family, there were no shortage of
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