Blogs are BACK

From the desk of Meg

And…I’m back. Just in time to grab the baton from pumpkin spice and get you through the school year, the holidays, whatever time is left in the day after you read this weekly post. I promise I’ll keep it short.

This week I’m stopping by to thank you all for coming back, or if you’re new here, to say WELCOME.

It’s been a busy fall: offering new classes, advising my high school clients about college, sharing my ADHD knowledge with over 20,000 people, helping my college students get set up for success, catching up with my favorite test prep folks, working with my adult clients to get “unstuck” and make some exciting transitions, and talking with Niiki C on her podcast about creating the unique career that gives me the opportunity to do all of these things and more.

I love adventures and I’ve had lots of those too.

From joining an organic CSA to east coast road trips to learning about NFTs, the web 3.0, and how to host a clubhouse room, I’m doing my best to ensure #thelearningneverstops all while keeping the LL Employee of the Month entertained.

There are strategies, resources, ideas, insights, news, and some fun surprises to share. I’m still working out the exact format it will take each week (if you’ve got ideas, I’m all ears). What I know for sure is that I”ll do my best to make it helpful, informative, and fun.

We’re off to a good start. I’ll see you back here next week, ready to dive into it all. Until then, I’ll leave you with one of Arthur’s moments of zen, because we all deserve 20 seconds to simply BREATHE.

Breathe in. Breathe out. Keep up your snout.

Take good care! Xo, Meg

Published by Meg Leahy, MS, NCC, BCC

An award-winning educator, author, and counselor with certifications in life, leadership, and career coaching, Meg believes in providing the skills, understanding, and resources to help people change their lives. Named a "Woman of Note" by the New York Times, and Best of Philly by Philadelphia Magazine, she also writes about ADHD, mental health and wellness, is the co-author of peer-reviewed textbooks on ADHD, and is the ¡Live Mas! In-House Life Coach at Taco Bell Quarterly.

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