Meg, Acting Out!
It seems you're wondering who I am, or what the blog's about. Thanks for your interest! Here's the 5th grade school newspaper interview version:
Who? My name's Megan McCoy Dellecese. By day, I'm a school library media specialist. By night, I can be found playing around at our local community theater or home with my husband, baby boy and cats. Any extra time I dig up, you'll find me writing at my laptop or otherwise thinking up content or working on projects to write...or, okay, let's face it, wasting time on Facebook or Pinterest. *hangs head* What? Meg, Acting Out came about as a plain old personal (ie "lifestyle") blog, but has come to be a place to talk about green and simplified living, relationships, recipes, gardening, DIY/design projects, and more. So, stick around! You never know what the heck I'll be writing about next. It's kind of the "Seinfeld" of blogs. When? I generally post a few times a week, generally a MWF framework when I'm on my game. Follow me or "like" me on Facebook and you'll get to find out the very moment I post. Where? I live in Central New York (the state, not the city), but you'll have to guess exactly where. The blog generally relates to our locale, but the hubs and I travel on occasion, so I'm sure you'll be traveling along with us. Why? This started as a fun outlet for my creativity and a way to remember what I was feeling and when...but I have since found that people actually enjoy and, at times, look forward to reading my posts! So, it's completely self-serving and selfish. Any positive life lesson or new idea that you may receive as a direct correlation to this blog is purely consequential. Totally kidding! On a side note, here's an explanation of my blog title. How? Why, the miracle of the interwebs, of course! But, seriously, I come up with my ideas in a variety of ways. I read other blogs, online articles and sites, magazine articles, or books that sometimes inspire me to re-post and put my own spin on things. Most of the time, however, my inspiration and ideas come from living life and what's happening around m. It's pretty organic. Oh, and from another perspective of "how?", I'm currently a full-time educator but would honestly like to start gleaning some income from my writing.
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