Meg was born and raised in Indiana, and still lives there, with a bit of traveling in between; she hopes to get back to England one day. She has observed American culture from the white-gloved 1950?s through the days of social upheaval, disco and power suits, good economies and bad, and was politically active through much of it. Along the way, Meg acquired degrees in English and Art, a Master’s in Liberal Studies, and worked as a cook, writer, college instructor, choir accompanist, blueprint girl, slide librarian, graphic artist, housewife, artist, and owned and operated a landscape design firm, an art gallery, and a custom bakery/cookery.
Meg is the author of The Minimalist Woman’s Guide to Having it All; a collection of posts from her blog, The Minimalist Woman; The Minimalist Cook: 27 Practical Recipes; and The Minimalist Cook 2: 27 more Practical Recipes.
Nearly everything interests me--culture, food, politics, gardening, philosophy, religion, art and writing--and seeing the connection between these things fuels my creativity.
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