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Meg Eakin

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Meg is a Collin County native. She earned her BA in Communications and enjoys writing as a creative outlet. Meg works as a small business content creator, helping local service-based companies share their work on social media and other areas of the internet. She and her husband recently bought her childhood home and are renovating it slowly on their own. Together she and her husband have two boys and a beloved pup. In her free time, you can find Meg browsing the aisles of local thrift stores, TJ Maxx, HomeGoods, writing, or creating a new craft project.

4 Fun & Practical Ways to Repurpose A Moses Basket

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When I was pregnant with my firstborn, one of the things that I was most excited about was putting him in a Moses basket. There was something so fun about being able to lay...
How to set healthy boundaries with unhealthy in-laws

Beyond Toxic: Boundaries for Unhealthy In Laws

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The term “beyond toxic” may seem dramatic to anyone who has not lived through a similar situation with their in laws. For the better part of the last decade, I have felt helpless and...
Canton Trip Tips

Tips for a Successful Trip to Canton’s First Monday Trade Days

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First Monday Trade Days or “Canton,” as it is commonly referred to around DFW, is a classic girl’s weekend trip and one-stop shopping for all your farmhouse décor needs. As a native of Collin...
Why Pelvic Floor Health is so iportant

More Than Just Kegels: The Importance of Pelvic Floor Health

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Help, something’s falling out! “I think something is falling out of my body.” I can still remember telling my husband two weeks after our first child was born. Obviously, this was a huge concern...
no matter the face wash, I still have acne

My Struggle with Adult Acne

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One of my biggest sources of shame is my struggle with adult acne. It seems that most people who have acne get it out of the way in their teenage years, but for me,...
Last Christmas with my parents married

The Last Christmas

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The Beginning December 26, 2013, is a day I will never forget. My parents gathered my brothers and me and had a conversation with us that we all knew was coming: they were separating....
Ways to save money this holiday season

Practical Ways to Save Money This Holiday Season

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If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s that everyone is trying to pinch their pennies. There’s no doubt that most of us parents are looking for some practical ways to save money this holiday...
Fun tips tp get your kids excited about voting

Ways to Get Your Kids Involved in the Voting Process

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It’s that time of (every four) year(s) again where we cast our vote and decide who will be our nation’s leaders for the next four-year term. Regardless of which party you are choosing to...