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I'm making a vivid effort for blog tidying and updating.  I started with a fresh About Me section.  It then dawned on me to post that very same info as it's very own post. Cop out or 2-4-1?  I'm lean on the latter as I hit publish.  Nice to meet you if you're new here and great to see you if you're returning!

I'm Megan-glitter enthusiast with a love for all things creative, productive, and humorous.  Professionally I'm a New Media Director specializing in multimedia content creation.  Personally, I'm a dog mom to two, Pepper and Roni, and lover of one super handsome, bearded, hard working man named Hunter.

I have a few accomplishments this far I'm pretty proud of; I earned salutatorian in grad school, I'm a second generation UCF Knight alumnus, I'm a professionally published writer and editor, and a business owner.
I write for therapy, for clients, to make a dozen to do lists in a day.  I'm a wordist and a communicator.  My mom always says once I started to talk I never stopped.  So that's probably the shorthand story of how this blog came to be.  I write when I want and sometimes it's often and other times it's sporadic.  It's where I collect digital recaps of memories though and I'm so very in love with this space.
I believe in faith and sweat, meditation, a positive attitude, gratitude, and cupcakes.
 
 
Thanks for visiting!
MKH

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