Meaghan Nash

Intermittent Fasting

I think I’m going to do it. I’m not a massive believer in diets or food restrictions but I’m also not a huge supporter of weight gain and sadness.

We’ve all had A Year. With this, we should all give ourselves grace. Be gentle with ourselves. Show ourselves extra love. All the things.


I didn’t expect to see the number I did at the doctors and I have to shift something. I don’t think eating at night is a problem. I’m very much a believer of calories in/calories out. However, I don’t recall the last time I ate something terribly healthy in the late hours and if I implement intermittent fasting, it would solve that potato chip cookie chocolate issue.

I’m going to try it because why not. I believe in resets.




In middle school, I had two best friends. They were wildly different and they were great.

In August, the one best friend passed away from complications with heart surgery. That same week, my other best friend found out she had a very intense and very rare form of breast cancer.

I haven’t seen the one that’s still around in probably 20 years but thanks to social media, we’ve kept in touch. Today she told me she was coming to town and wanted to know if I would see her this weekend.

YES. All the way yes. I don’t think I’m ready to write about my biggest regret in life but it involves missing an opportunity to see someone and I will actively fight to not allow that to happen again. Know better. Do better.



Beautiful Things I’ve witnessed this week

  1. My husband fall asleep in a virtual meditation retreat
  2. My son’s enthusiasm to be around his grandparents
  3. Perfect books
  4. Black coffee
  5. Waffle fries
  6. Tempura vegetables
  7. Schitt’s Creek
  8. Lemon water
  9. My husband and son making music. Husband on guitar. Son on keys, drums, and/or vocals
  10. A big check in the mail
  11. hours dedicated to play doh
  12. New amazing boots
  13. A closet of clothes that I mostly really like
  14. Freedom to be