Meg McCabe

Meg is a Collin County native who recently moved back after a couple of years in Wyoming, where her and her college sweetheart husband lived while he attended law school. Meg earned her BA in Communications and now owns and operates her own marketing consulting agency that is specifically focused on helping small businesses promote their company through the power of social media. In her free time, you can find her and her toddler perusing the aisles of Marshalls or TJ Maxx, decorating her various planners, or working her way through her ever-growing list of movies to watch. Meg currently lives in Plano, five minutes from where she grew up, with her husband and their son. She is passionate about helping fellow moms navigate work-life balance as well as sharing some of her favorite things about Collin County and DFW!
Hyperemesis Gravidarum Survivor

I Survived Hyperemesis Gravidarum—Twice

May 15 was Hyperemesis Gravidarum Day. That is something very close to my life since I survived Hyperemesis Gravidarum, twice. What Is Hyperemesis Gravidarum? Hyperemesis Gravidarum (HG), is a very rare type of sever morning sickness...
Moving with children during a pandemic

Moving During A Pandemic: What I Learned & Tips for Others

Moving can be both a good and a very stressful thing all at once under normal circumstances, but moving during a global pandemic is not something I ever thought I would live through. A...
Why you should be shopping at Trader Joe's

Why You Need to Start Shopping at Trader Joe’s ASAP

While I am not a native to California, there is one place that was founded there that has become very near to my heart and to my belly. I remember when the first Trader...
Wedding Remorse

I Admit It: I Didn’t Like My Wedding

I’m a sucker for a good wedding. I’m not quite at the Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn Wedding Crashers level, but hey, give me an open bar and dancing and I’ll probably like a lot...

Introverted Extrovert: The Struggle to Connect with Others

The phrase “introverted extrovert” is one that has cropped up in my life a lot. When people first meet me, they think I am the life of the party, that I love social activities...