I’m Megan Nichole, a millennial-advocating, freelance-writing, pill-slingin’…. Well, we’ll get to that part later.
I’m getting ahead of myself.
LaziMILLENNIAL isn’t your average website, and this isn’t your average About page.
I’m gonna go out on a limb here and assume that if you’re reading this page, it’s because you’ve checked out LaziMILLENNIAL and you’re feeling the vibe. (I imagine that’s the only reason you’d be interested in who I am.)
If that’s the case, THANK YOU. I appreciate your curiosity about LZM and about me!
Now that I’ve thanked you, I have to apologize to you.
You came to this page thinking you were going to learn more about the millennial behind LaziMILLENNIAL, who surely must have her life together.
I’m sorry to disappoint you.
Let me be clear: I am SO grateful for my life, my family, my friends, my network, and all the opportunities I’ve had in the past and currently have.
But I didn’t create LaziMILLENNIAL to curate some perfect version of myself to put forward to the world.
There are more than enough inauthentic personalities on the Internet. Fake-ness is not what LZM is about, and it’s not what I’m about.
I struggle just like everyone else.
And as a millennial, you and I likely share many of the same struggles.
I’m multi-passionate, but it’s difficult to find time for all my interests.
I’m a creator, but sometimes I feel blocked.
I’m a pharmacist, but I don’t want to limit my other talents or interests.
I’m married to my best friend, but making time for yourself and another person ain’t always easy.
I’m a mom to the most amazing little guy ever, but this mom shit is exhausting.
In other words, I’m human just like you.
In the past 2 years, I’ve allowed myself to be more purposeful, more fearless, and more engaged with the creative activities that I once knew and loved.
I began freelance copywriting for websites, started a blog, Your Friendly Public Health Pharmacist, and conceived the idea of LaziMILLENNIAL.
I also managed to build my writing business up to a level where I was able to quit my job! I’ve learned what it means to have balance in my life—to allow for practical responsibilities but also make room for creativity.
i've learned to be more productive, be more creative, and use that combination to make more money.
I want to share what I’ve learned (and am still learning) with every other millennial who could possibly benefit from it.
Let’s be real though: I don’t have all the answers. That’s why I created The LaziMILLENNIAL Movement – to build a community for all of us to share with and learn from each other.
I know that, as a whole, millennials want to do more and create more.
It only makes sense to do it together.