Meg Lappe Verywell Mind

Meg Lappe

Senior Commerce Editor, News and Deals

Highlights

Experience

Throughout her many roles, Meg has always been planted firmly in the gear space. In her prior roles at Gear Patrol and SELF, she covered everything from travel to health and wellness to home and drinks. She’s handled gift guides, magazine launches, fitness challenges, and product awards across all lifestyle topics, and is always searching for the best new products that actually perform. Prior to Dotdash, she wrote for Gear Patrol, SELF, Women’s Running, The Field Mag, and Glamour. 

She enjoys iced lattes all year long and loves to run along the West Side Highway.

Education

Meg holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Villanova University.

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