Unique Voices. Original Storytelling

Anyone can be a writer these days. So call us old school. At Find Everything Historic we pride ourselves on thoughtful, well-researched journalism from established industry professionals. Our writers are leading voices in real estate, travel, design, and lifestyle trends, and are also contributors to the most well-respected editorial outlets in the country including Forbes, House Beautiful, Country Living, and ElleDecor.

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  • Meggen Taylor

    I am a serial entrepreneur or a serial masochist—depending on how you want to look at it. I typically bite off more than I can chew and that is the way I like it. My life ethos is to go big or go home. I appreciate beauty in all forms wherever I can find it. I thrive off of being underestimated, working outside my comfort zone, and have strong opinions that can make some people uncomfortable. I am a down to earth woman who does not have an illustrious pedigree, but I’ve worked my tail off to achieve everything that I have and that’s taught me to appreciate every luxury I’m privileged to experience. The American Dream is still alive and well if you choose to work hard enough for it.

  • Peter Lane Taylor

    I’ve always been an adventure and luxury junkie. It’s in my blood. And the older I get the more nostalgic I become about my life’s most memorable experiences. Most people’s memories fade over time. Mine become more crystal clear every day because forgetting them would be unforgivable— you only get one shot at most of them. I’ve sailed to Antarctica, rappelled into an active volcano, shanked drives on the most exclusive golf courses in the US, eaten thymus cooked by one of the finest chef’s in America, and smoked Cuban cigars in Havana’s cafes before most people even knew the Cold War had ended. I shoot the Holland & Holland shotgun that my grandfather gave me every chance I get just because I can. The greatest, most adventurous lives are lived without guilt or regret. Or fear.

  • Brie Dyas

    I am a lifestyle, real estate, and design expert with a love for writing about all things vintage. I’ve appeared on NBC's Today Show and on HuffPost Live as the host of "Throwback Thursday," a series that profiles the best in nostalgic photos and videos. I was the founding editor of HuffPost Home and Stylelist Home and have also held positions as a managing editor of HuffPost Style and Stylelist. In addition to writing original content for Find Everything Historic, my current work appears in House Beautiful, Good Housekeeping, Trulia, and many other online and publications specializing in real estate, interior design, and any place that loves vintage and throwback.

  • Jeanne Coffey

    I come from a long line of New England foodies. My dad once traded an old car for a dozen Marblehead lobsters and I’ve carried on the family tradition. I am the restaurant critic for Boston’s Northshore magazine, and am also a regular contributor on food, wine, and travel for Forbes. I’ve poured $1,000 tastes of wine with Kevin Zraly at Windows on the World, studied under Andrea Immer Robinson at the International Culinary Center and sampled Ferran Adria’s catering when he was first mulling closing El Bulli. My passion is uncovering the stories behind what we eat and the way we eat it. In addition to Forbes, my work has appeared in The Boston Globe Sunday Magazine, Zagat restaurant guides, and many other luxury travel and lifestyle publications.

  • Sara Morrow

    I am a full-time, New York-based writer and editor specializing for Find Everything Historic on travel, design, food, wine, antiques, and style. During my writing career I’ve written about everything from classic American road trips to the most collectible match safes to bartenders crafting era-appropriate cocktails with centuries-old bottles of booze. I’ve held positions at Budget Travel, Jetsetter.com, Country Living and All You in addition to being a regular contributor to Hemispheres, Modern Farmer and Martha Stewart Weddings.