Welcome to Muse + The Catalyst! We met as young college kids over 16 years ago and have been collaborating on life, love, and family ever since. In the Spring of 2017, our family of 4 participated in Airstream's Endless Caravan campaign and traveled across the U.S. for 3 months, living, schooling, and working on the road. Megan hosted family art events and Aaron spoke at schools across the country. As we were living out our dreams, we were constantly asked how we did it.
How did we create a life for ourselves where we recognize and honor our deepest aspirations and then go out and make them happen?
It was on this trip that we realized it was time for us to share our experience and join creative forces to inspire you to go after your own dreams.
We launched Muse + The Catalyst podcast in the summer of 2017 with the theme of finding inspiration and taking action to live the life of your dreams. It brings together our unique individual perspectives and has been such a fun experience. Through our chats and interviews, we cover topics such as personal growth, entrepreneurship, parenting, design, minimalism, mindfulness, creativity, education, travel, spirituality and the Law of Attraction.
The podcast is just the beginning. Our vision as we grow Muse + The Catalyst is to offer coaching programs, family camps, and other content- all designed to help you live the life of your dreams. So we hope you get inspired and get after it!
Megan Schiller is also the founder of The Art Pantry, a design studio specializing in kids' creative spaces.
She is a designer, mom, teacher, writer, artist and all around creative force. She loves traveling, listening to podcasts, reading, being out in nature, iced espresso, and hanging out with her family.
Aaron Schiller is a life coach who works with families and small businesses. He is also the founder of Wise Tech Ed and is a coach for Yale University's Emotional Intelligence Lab.
He is a coach, dad, teacher, speaker, spiritual advisor, and all around force for positivity. He loves traveling, swimming, playing soccer, inspired conversations, sweat lodges and ponchos (but not simultaneously), and spending time with his family.