I’m Megan Pincus Kajitani, M.A., and Having Enough is the offspring of my professional freelance business. The main service I provide is writing/editing, and I also offer workshops/training and individual career consultations on a limited basis. I’ve also recently added to my home business plate a position selling Barefoot Books for children (please see the Why Barefoot Books? page for details).


I write non-fiction columns, essays and articles. My favorite topics include: personal musings on modern life and culture and inspiring stories of people who are making a difference and redefining success. I also write and edit for book and marketing projects. And I am toying with the idea of writing a young-adult novel with an overachiever main character.

Some of my recent work can be found in The Chronicle of Higher Education (career columns, 2005-2007), Mama, PhD (Rutgers University Press, forthcoming), Sunshine/Noir: Writing From San Diego and Tijuana (Cityworks Press, 2006), and Children and Media at Times of War and Conflict (Hampton Press, 2007).


If your organization or group could benefit from a workshop on Having Enough and redefining success in today’s culture, please contact me.

Potential workshops include:

  • Having Enough for Parents: Creating Healthy Attitudes About Success for Your Family
  • Having Enough for Mothers: Redfining “Good Mom” and The Things You Can Control
  • Having Enough for Teens or College Students: Creating Your Personal Vision of Success
  • Having Enough for Graduate Students: Redefining Success From the Highest Degree
  • 2 Comments Add your own

    • 1. Beth McCoy  |  July 31, 2008 at 1:43 am

      I love your blog! Where are you from? I am looking for speakers in the Mpls are and am wondering where you live.


    • 2. Paige  |  August 22, 2008 at 5:29 pm

      I have read your work on the Mama PhD blog and I just love it!
      With a “dash” of career coach…it is just great! I look forward to reading more.


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