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Author Archive for Meg Zerkle

About the Author:

Meg Zerkle is a wife to her best friend and a mother of two boys and one girl. Meg loves reading, writing, playing and teaching the piano, and finding hidden minutes in her day to be alone. She is learning to balance a life full of health and learning issues, and trying to slow down enough to see the beauty in each day. Her family is both her greatest joy and her biggest challenge.
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Pursuit of the Perfect Plan

Pursuit of the Perfect Plan

Here is how it happens to me. I read a book, talk to a friend, or see a parenting show on TV, and suddenly I’m sure I have the solution to all my problems. I’m always looking for the “perfect plan.” If you guessed that I’m still looking, you’re right.
Small and Simple Things

Small and Simple Things

Because I suffer from depression, optimism doesn’t come easily for me. I'm always searching for ways to keep myself happy so I can focus on raising my children. I’ve found a few simple things that, if done daily, help me to stay optimistic.
Quitting Time

Quitting Time

Before I became a mother, my favorite time of day was quitting time—that most beautiful of hours when I could put everything away, lock the doors, shuck the worries of the office, and head home. I miss that time now that I am a mother because motherhood is a job that never ends.