Liza, I respectfully disagree with your sentiment about not having regular meetings. The fact that meetings become routine and "reporting" mechanisms doesn't mean they're not needed, it's a warning sign that they're not being planned and/or executed well.
Regular, productive meetings keep everyone aligned on strategy and consistently bubble up action planning on what's really needed. This is especially critical to young companies, where the landscape can shift on almost a daily basis.
I invite everyone to read "Death by Meeting," by Patrick Lencioni. This is a seminal book about the purpose and format of productive meetings. It might actually change your life.
Also, some shameless self-promotion, download my free Illustrated Guide to Great Meetings for an overview of solid, time-tested meeting mechanics.