It’s no secret that your thoughts create reality. But are you living the reality that you actually desire?

Meaghan Murphy is the Content Director of Woman’s Day magazine (currently the #1 selling publication on newsstands, reaching 18 million readers monthly) and a lifestyle and health expert. After a decades-long tendency toward grumpiness and a personal tragedy in her youth, Meaghan has cracked the code on perceiving the brighter side of life… which she’s sharing in her new book, ‘Your Fully Charged Life: A Radically Simple Approach to Having Endless Energy and Filling Every Day with Yay’.

If you haven’t heard of Meaghan, you’ve surely heard of (and probably read) the magazines she’s edited over her extensive publishing career (including YM, Teen People, and others). Following a previous assignment to energize the 130-year-old Good Housekeeping brand with a modern redesign and new approach to domesticity, Meaghan decided to release her own book.

And following a challenging year that pushed many of us to the limits of positive thinking, the timing couldn’t be better, as you’ll hear on #GlambitionRadio.

Meaghan also promotes WD in the media as a regular guest expert on ‘Live with Kelly & Ryan’, ‘Today’, ‘GMA’, ‘The Dr. Oz Show’, and many more. Additionally, she’s been featured on many radio shows and podcasts (she co-hosted ‘Conversations with Maria Menounos’ on SiriusXM), Fashionweekdaily.com’s ‘The Daily Front Row’, TheEverymom.com, etc., and recently launched her own podcast, ‘Off The Gram’.

On this episode of Glambition Radio, you’ll hear:

  • Why a tragedy in Meaghan’s teen years was the catalyst to her career in writing, even earning her a coveted scholar award (and impacting many other lives in the process)
  • How Meaghan’s career evolution closely mirrored her own personal chapters of life (her work assignments literally grew right alongside her own life progression!)
  • A few practical tips to ‘move the happiness needle’ that you can implement TODAY… because thinking positive thoughts is a great start, but isn’t always enough to create real change
  • Meaghan’s perspective on releasing a book about positivity after a pandemic… and a glimpse into how she creates a ‘fully charged life’ with her three kids (whom you’ll hear in this conversation!)

Head to Apple Podcasts now to listen to this episode of Glambition Radio (or download it for later).

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XO,

Ali

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