Meet Meghan.

Meghan is a writer, an explorer, a mother who lives in beautiful Banff.

Meghan is also very honest about how she balances her busy schedule.

If you’re the kind of person who struggles to balance and manage your life I think you’ll find this interview to be very refreshing.

You can find Meghan here:

Enjoy our conversation.

Show Notes:

2:40 

3:50 Why finished is better than perfect and why she’s okay with feeding her daughter chicken nuggets for dinner.

9:00 The transition to motherhood and the glamorization of what it means to be an outdoor parent.

14:00 A frantic search for a papaya in the South Pacific.

17:30 On the importance of letting go.

19:50 

27:00 On being judgmental.


Find Meghan here:

Book Mentioned: A New Earth by Eckhart Tolle (this is an Amazon affiliate link, purchasing this book through our affiliate program helps fund our Ambassador program, thank you!)

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