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Photo taken by contributor Meg, a recovered alcoholic who has discovered not only how glorious life can be, but that everyone can have access to such joy. She has found purpose in supporting people in, not only living lives they love, but in designing the very lives they want to be living. She is a Certified Life Coach and master communicator; an advocate for people’s voices to be heard. She publishes an advice blog,Take It from Meg. She also enjoys spending time with friends and family, particularly outdoors, and especially on her bicycle.
About this photo: “This photograph was taken from the Empire State Building observation deck. There’s nothing like a city street from high up to remind me just how small I am in a world full of egos. I’m not insignificant to many, but I’m even less to many more. Inflated ego is a symptom of alcoholism, among many other things. Remembering that I’m just one of billions is an excellent reminder for me.“