Articles by: MegKnott23
I'm Meg, I love writing and blogging and am currently in my final year of an English lit degree hoping to get into journalism and features writing. Find me on megmariefashion.blogspot.co.uk.

Things we can’t say

May 9, 2013 1:35 pm0 comments
Things we can’t say

I’m the type of person who thinks a lot, perhaps too much, about everything. I am what could be described as an over thinker. However, there are some thoughts that simply cannot be bought into the public domain and must remain within the caverns of the mind. Let me give […]

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Who do you want to be?

March 7, 2013 6:51 pm8 comments
Who do you want to be?

As a third-year University student, I am used to my family and friends ask me what I’m ‘going to do’ when I graduate. This question makes my stomach drop. In the past year alone, I have decided that I was going to pursue careers in marketing, nursing, modelling (don’t laugh, […]

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Winter Wonders for your skin

March 4, 2013 6:50 pm0 comments
Winter Wonders for your skin

Nobody likes getting beauty advice from an amateur. I’ve watched many YouTube videos where people don’t know what they’re doing. To clarify, I’ve been experimenting with makeup and skincare since I was seventeen. I suffered with awful skin and tried many medications to help it until I finally discovered the […]

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Faceless Facebook

February 24, 2013 2:03 pm0 comments
Faceless Facebook

Facebook stalking is something which seems to define our culture. Living behind screens, ‘interacting’ with people via ‘Pokes’, ‘Tweets’ and ‘Likes’. Bored stalkers, faceless behind their laptop screens, clicking away in the artificial blue glow of their laptops with trance-like eyes. We all do it, don’t we, if we’re honest? […]

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Snow – Not So Bad Afterall

January 26, 2013 12:00 pm2 comments
Snow – Not So Bad Afterall

Snow is a falling, snow on snow…it’s picturesque, isn’t it? The traditional English ideal of pure white snow tumbling down from the sky, laying softly on trees and rooftops, even balancing on the thinnest branches, waiting for the merest hint of winter wind to sweep it off. Snow makes even […]

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