Author: Megan Eileen

Want to Work Remote? These 5 Degrees Will Help

Back when I was starting college, I had very different ideas of what my life would become. For years, I planned on being a child psychologist and was pretty content with that. Then something happened; I studied abroad, landed a job in the fashion industry and everything changed. I started to realize that I wanted to work in more of a creative field. I also wanted the option to live abroad again. About every week, I receive emails from people who want to “do what I do” and to be honest, this blog is only a fraction of my...

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November 2018: Marrakech, Morocco

Past retreat: Magic in Morocco writing, wellness and wanderlust That’s right! We’re headed to Morocco this November! Scroll below for details and how you can reserve your spot. PreviousNext Whether you’re working on a creative journaling project, wanting to break into blogging, just beginning your mindfulness practice or simply want to see this part of the world, you’ll gain insights into how to improve your personal craft and being. Everyday, there will be writing lessons, followed by an exercise with free-time for group excursions and free-writes for uninterrupted creativity. We’ll be hosting the retreat at the charming Riad Cinnamon, in the heart of Marrakech. We chose this boutique property for so many reasons but primarily, because it’s a quiet oasis to hone in on your craft without distraction. There’s a rooftop terrace, a cozy lounge, pool and patio as well as ample areas for writing and meditation. Prices are based on double occupant rooms (twin beds), but if you prefer a room to yourself, we can arrange for an added fee. PreviousNext In between writing and Yoga sessions, we’ll be exploring the amazing city of Marrakech. From cobblestone streets and countless riads to colorful buildings, spices and personalities, we’ve found our perfect place to write, relax and find out center. We’re still ironing out the details but so far, we’ll be doing a guided excursion through the city’s souks and medina, It will be a sensory overload, and we...

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Self-Care Guide for your Next Staycation

As some of you know, 2018 was a pretty tough year for me. Yet, along with loss came a new lease on life. One of the biggest shifts for me has been taking a wellness approach to many aspects of my life. I meditate daily (or try to), I’m learning the power of manifestation, and I’m practicing patience with myself above all. As such, I’ve become interested in brands that are truly dedicated to helping people like me (and you!) go back to the basics so to speak. I’ve partnered with La Pixie Wellness because they are one of these...

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5 Common Sicknesses You’ll Get While Traveling (and their easy remedies)

Getting sick on the road is never fun, but the good news is that you’re not alone. Most travelers will get sick, or at the very least, feel ‘off’ during a trip. For some it will be allergies, for others an upset stomach or a nasty sunburn. Then there are the mental effects of traveling alone and in a foreign place where you aren’t as savvy as you are at home. Here are 5 common illnesses you’ll face on a trip, and my go-to remedies for each. For allergies Ahh, the joys of allergies on the road. Well, as...

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Packing Tips For A Girls Weekend Getaway

*This post is written by Zoe Dobson of Awearness.  Are you planning a fun weekend getaway with some of your girlfriends? A girls’ weekend is a great time to relax, de-stress, and have fun. However, you don’t want to put a damper on your fun by realizing you forgot to pack something once it is too late. You definitely don’t want to under pack and have to borrow a shirt from one of your friends because you ran out. But, on the other hand, you don’t want to overpack and need to haul three bags up to your hotel...

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