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Prepartum Depression

My heart cracks and crumbles a little more each time I read about a mother’s struggle with Postpartum Depression. Especially when I’ve come across another wave of articles lately about mothers who ultimately ended their own lives, leaving behind sweet babies and overwhelmed and likely confused/shocked husbands and family members. Each of my pregnancies have encompassed varying levels of “crazy.” No, that’s not the PC way to describe it, but that is how it feels sometimes. Extreme mood swings. Spontaneous bouts of crying, sometimes right in the aisle of Albertson’s. Maximum exhaustion. Looking into the mirror and not recognizing myself.
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Categories: Comedy, Motherhood, Personal, and Speaker.

VLOG 3 Home Again, Home Again

Funny thing about a “quick trip” to Florida is that from Boise, where I live, that means 10-12 hour process to get there, grab a bite, hit the pillow, work for 4 hours in the morning and head right back to the airport for another 10-12 hours to get home. Ahh, the things you have to do when you build a business from scratch. Thankfully, it was a great session of Zip Zap Zop (improv in the workplace) and ultimately, I felt like it was totally worth it. When I walked in the door at 10pm, two of the three
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Categories: Comedy, Emcee, Improv, Performing, Personal, Professional, Speaker, and Uncategorized.

The Day I Stood Up: Part 1 of 3 in a KookyMegan Mini-Series

I’ve been “working” from home for about eighteen months now, though I put it in quotes because it isn’t at all what I thought it might be like. I have an office in my home, with your average, functional set up, perfect for getting hours and hours of work done. But as I just said, that office is in my home and I currently have three children, ages eight, three, and one. So, working is a relative term. I am working all the time but the rate at which I check things off my to-do list is much longer than
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Categories: Comedy, Emcee, Improv, Performing, and Speaker.