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    What Happens After Uni?

    After studying History for three years, I now find myself a graduate wondering what the hell comes next? I thought it might be interesting to note what happens after uni finishes. When I asked on a recent instagram poll it seemed that lots people were interested. What happens after Uni: Moving Home I moved out at 18 when I went to University, meaning I have lived away from my parents home for three years. Anyone that has lived in their own flat or house will know that you become accustomed to coming and going as you please. You learn to fend for yourself, cook when you want and what you…

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    April Favourites

    Shock horror, another month has passed us by. I feel like the nearer I get to finishing my degree, the quicker time moves. It’s like the more I want to stay at Uni, the more time rushes towards exams, the final month and moving home. So April has been a funny old month, I started it abroad soaking up the sun, returned to some snow and finally handed in my dissertation which has been consuming my life for the past year. So despite April being manic and busy for me, I have managed to acquire a few favourites to share with you. My first favourite from April was getting to…

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    6 Ways to Relieve Stress

    Self Care is a big thing nowadays, everyone is telling you to practice it, and for good reason. Self care is essentially looking after yourself both physically and mentally and making sure you’re in a good place. There’s also a bit of contention around the subject, often due to people’s differing mental health. To some people self care genuinely is sticking on their favourite candle, running a bath or having a walk. Whereas for others it may be a case of removing themselves from social situations which make them feel uncomfortable or severing ties with toxic people in their life. There is no right and wrong way of doing it,…

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    1 Year of Wandering Meg

    Happy Birthday to me! Today my little corner of the internet turns one! I can’t believe it, I’ve been at this blogging malarkey for an entire year and it’s been amazing. On this day last year me and Amy gave each other a big pep-talk about getting on and doing the things we wanted to do and so I set up this blog on WordPress and Amy started a YouTube channel. Wandering Meg has been my little baby ever since and I’ve nurtured it up until where we are now. Now I’m not saying this is the best blog in the world (although I might like to) but I do…

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    What I’ve Been Up To

    It’s been a bit of a funny month January. I’ve felt a mixture of pure stress and felt pushed to my limits, whilst at the same time feeling really motivated with an urge to make progress in different areas of my life. So today I thought I’d just have a bit of a ramble about what I’ve been doing and how I’m trying to keep on track with the million and one things I need to get done. I’m sorry if I sound like a broken record, but some of you reading this may not know where I’m at. As I’m entering into my final term, of my final year…