Meet Meg Danielle of “megdanielle”

Enjoy Living in the Now. Act Spontaneously. Embrace the Unknown. Love His plan.

 I started working on a life motto toward the beginning of 2010, at a time when I needed to rediscover and explore the foundations which ground me. In an effort to track my progress and talk out these actions items with myself and others, I started writing in the blog that you read here, titled simply “megdanielle.”

My first three action items (Enjoy, Act, Embrace) were born out of necessity and an intense feeling that I was missing out by holding myself back. The fourth (Love) is a 2011 addition which I hope you could see coming from my 2010 discoveries. It is not a motto merely for times of bliss, although the year has brought me that, but rather it is a motto which needs to be reiterated in the highs and lows of life – so much so that it becomes a habit of thought – so that when life gets dark, we will not forget to look toward the light of hope.

What I do know, is that whether stumbling, soaring, crawling, or running through this life, I have found that chronicling my adventures here brings an awareness to my actions which I might not have otherwise. Writing exposes me, keeps me honest, and keeps me positive. It reminds me where I have been, where I am, and where I am going.

And if you didn’t gather, I’m the Meg Danielle of megdanielle.

Thanks for dropping in.

3 thoughts on “Meet Meg Danielle of “megdanielle”

  1. Hi,
    I saw your blog posted on facebook and so I decided to check it out. I really enjoyed reading some of your posts and I’m glad that you are pursuing your passion for writing in spite of your accounting degree. Don’t give it up. I decided on a career in English and Theatre and people frequently ask me, skepticism in their eyes, what I plan on doing with a useless degree, or they tell me that I’ll be working in a coffee shop for the rest of my life, but I figure that there is always room for well-written works in the world. Keep on writing!


    • Thanks for the encouragement!

      These paths definitely aren’t mainstream. But I’d like to think that makes it much more important that we pursue them – whether or not we find fame or fortune – because if we’ve got the passion for poverty, we’ve got something special in us! 😉

      You have my support! Keep me up to date with what you’re up to. I’d love to see where your path leads you!

  2. Pingback: 2010 in review – Thank you to all of the passers-by! « megdanielle's blog

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