Author: Meghan Paynter

Meghan Paynter

Meghan Tinker Paynter is the Communications Manager at Budget Dumpster, where she leads social media strategy and manages public relations efforts. In her previous role as a Content Specialist, she wrote SEO-optimized blog posts and web pages for Budget Dumpster. With a simple and clear writing style, Meghan developed detailed how-to guides for home improvement and organizing projects. She has interviewed a variety of home improvement experts at organizations including American Society of Home Inspectors, Scotts Lawn Care, Roto-Rooter Services Co., Get Organized Already! Inc., On Task Organizing and many more. Her two favorite blog posts written for The Fill are How to Declutter Sentimental Items With Ease and The Ultimate Guide to Planning a Home Renovation. Meghan graduated from Ohio University with a degree in Journalism and has 10 years of professional writing and strategic communication experience. Outside of work, Meghan enjoys spending time outdoors, baking and spoiling her pets.

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