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© 2018 by Megan O'Neal. Proudly created with Wix.com

freelance writing

I'm a big advocate for adventure, and write about health and wellness, self-improvement and living your best life. (No judgement on whatever you decide that is.)

Some of my most recent articles are below:

 

How Artists Tap Into Their Elusive Creative Process

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Creativity is not something you turn on or off. It is intangible—an extension of yourself. Learn how other artists tap into their creative process so you can tap into yours.

Are You Being Mindful of Your Mindset?

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If what you put into the world stems from how you look at the world, make sure your current mindset matches the legacy you want to leave behind.

8 Self-Improvement Books to Devour This Summer

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When it comes to personal development, there’s no better season to dive in than the present.

To supplement your staycations and highly recommended poolside lounging, here is a collection of self-improvement books to help you put your best foot, or sandal, forward.

What It Means to ‘Meet Yourself Where You’re At’

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Meeting yourself where you’re at is sitting in the uncomfortable feelings of grief or anger, and instead of asking those feelings to go away, asking them why they’ve decided to stay.

The Many Faces of Empowerment

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This past week was one of my favorite observances: International Women’s Day. While National Donut Day may be a very close second, International Women’s Day holds a special place in my heart because it’s a rare 24 hours when women are praised for their ambition and determination and are empowered to reach further in the coming year. This sadly is not as commonplace as it should be in the 21st century. 

20 Simple and Real Ideas to Add to Your Self-Care Routine

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Self-care isn’t about perfection or tricking yourself. It’s an honest internal dialog, which is where the challenge lies as most of us aren’t accustomed to giving a truthful answer to the “how are you?” questions at the water cooler.  

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