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Rad Stuff

After surfing the Oregon coast, I randomly ran into this awesome chick named Bonnie. And she interviewed me for her Dynamo blog series. That was random. And awesome. Thanks, Bonnie!

A chat with the one and only Kaylin Richardson on Warren Miller's Peak3 Radio "One Word" Podcast. That was FUN. Kaylin, you're rad.

The gals at Dirt Barbie Adventures shared my whirlwind story of the last one year on their "Tales of Extraordinary Women" blog recently. And as per usual, they made me sound way, way cooler than I actually am. Enjoy!

I wrote and published my first piece for Elephant Journal earlier this year, entitled "Divorce Doesn't Need To Be a Four Letter Word"...it was all a part of the healing process, and I'm so thankful they shared my story.

This winter I had the pleasure of having a savvy little sidekick by the name of Lexi Black join me on the Super Combined day at Vail/Beaver Creek World Championships to shadow me and share my story in a feature called, "Girl on Fire: A Day in the Life of U.S. Press Officer Megan Harrod". Lexi did an incredible job writing the piece, and in theprocess I had so much fun hanging with her. Someday, this girl will rule the world. Well done, Lexi. You're a rockstar. And you can join me on the mountain any ol' day!

Once I traveled to the desert and took my top off for The Topless Tour, and then I was featured on NBC's Today Show website. That was rad.

Back when I worked for Ethnotek, I learned a lot and was able to meet a hell of a lot of cool individuals who blew me away with their knowledge bombs and inspired me endlessly. Waylon Lewis, from The Elephant Journal, was one of them...and I also got the chance to hang with him and tell him about my passion.