Megan Dahlgren

Megan lives in the Salt Lake area and has been married to her husband since 2006; they have a beautiful, smart, and stubborn little girl; an angel daughter; and another little girl who is threatening to look like her mother. Megan has worked with Evergreen International, North Star International and People Can Change planning, attending, and staffing growth and healing work since then. She is an avid reader and enjoys playing games, cross-stitching, running, the outdoors, watching movies, spending time with family and friends, and most of all, going out to eat with her husband, as they get to spend time together and she doesn’t have to cook! Megan graduated from BYU with a degree in Elementary Education and enjoys teaching part-time and mothering and wife-ing full-time.

 


Posts by Megan Dahlgren

Wounds

I am kind of presenting this post as a “guest post.”  I have participated in a few workshops created by and put on by an organization called “Celebration of Being”
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Unexpected

Sometimes we get unexpected news:  a death, an illness, a premature birth, a promotion, a downgrade, any other gain/loss.  It is easy to remember the Lord in gratitude and in
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Worth It

I am really not sure what exactly I want to say here.  So I will put down on paper something I have said to Pret and about Pret often in
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My Part

Sometimes I feel a little bit sad about my calling (I am a nursery leader) because I don’t get to take part in Sunday School and Relief Society.  Don’t get
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Busy

I have been waiting all summer for my life to slow down, but it just hasn’t.  Hence, I am posting this 9 hours after my deadline, but I promised myself
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Life and Angels

I don’t know what to write about today.  I have many possibilities (a whole document full of “ideas”) but nothing is feeling just right.  I could write about how the
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Acceptance

I have previously posted about an organization, the Inner Visions Institute, which I discovered last year.  I have really benefitted from some of the things I have implemented because of
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Gratitude

So my husband’s cousin posted this on Facebook after hearing it in a Relief Society lesson a few months ago and I put it on my list of ideas to
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