About

Hi! I’m Megs. Welcome to my little home on the Internet.

I’ve been blogging for 10 years. I started on Livejournal with angsty po-ee-tree at the age of 15, eventually graduating to several life/fitness/wine blogs. I wrote few Pagan blogs as well. When I became a mom in August 2010 I had five blogs going–five!–all showcasing different aspects of myself. It became unsustainable, and in December 2010 I just stopped. I couldn’t keep up.

Lately, though, I’ve had the itch to start again. The itch to have a little place to welcome visitors, post my thoughts, and get some feedback. A place where I could write about being Pagan, a mother, a wife, a wine-enthusiast and cook, writer, stay at home mom, gardener and all of those things that fall in between the cracks.

So here it is! This Pagan House. I’ve chosen Pagan as the identifier because it is the one label that colors everything that I do: how I enjoy my wine, how I plant my tomatoes, how I clean my house and how I (try) to worship god(esses)(still searching!). It is my secret name, the identity that pulls me back to myself and, more importantly, back home.

–Megs

*A note: None of the products I review were given to me. I paid for them, liked them and wanted to share.

**Another note: I’m not a doctor, nutritionist, dietician, psychologist, etc. Whatever insights into my health/well-being I post apply only to my life.

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2 comments on “About

  1. sweetcomice says:

    Hi
    I am eagerly awaiting part II of your meat blog.
    but your post says I need to give a password to read it.
    What do I do now?
    Thank you.
    Georgia

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