8 June 2022

Twenty Four Things I Learned Being 24

Well, I'm officially in the Over 25's Category

I've made it to the midway point of the weird and wonderful era known as 'your twenties' and to be honest, the fact that I now belong in the Over 25's category on X Factor slightly bothers me. Why did I class myself as old? More importantly why did no one ever want to mentor this category!? We're great! 

If you would've asked 15 year old Meg what she'd have done by 25, I don't think she'd have expected to be where I'm at right now. I probably thought I'd be married, have a house, maybe kids but it's crazy how life works out and those things you classed as important aren't at the top of your priority list anymore. It's all about accepting where you're at and putting your own happiness first.

If you've found my little place on the internet, then welcome to the yearly tradition where I tell you all about the weird and wonderful things I've learned in the past year. Twenty four has been a lovely year; it's been the year of focusing on myself and finally passing my driving test. 

I've been doing these posts since I was 17 and I absolutely love looking back at the life lessons I've learned along the way; seeing not only how my perspective has changed but also how I've grown as a person. 

So without further ado, here are 24 things I learned in my twenty fourth year!

1) Don't Let Other Peoples Opinions Affect you too much

During one of my journalling sessions last year, I realised that I value other peoples opinions waaay too much, whether that be about what I'm doing, what I'm wearing or how I look. I somehow seek this approval from certain people when in reality, my happiness should come first.

2) It's Okay Not to Reply Straight Away

I've always been someone who replies to text messages in 0.25 seconds through fear of people thinking I'm being rude or ignoring them. Truth is, life has gotten real busy again, I don't have the time to reply so quickly anymore and that's okay; it doesn't make me a bad person. You need to take time out for yourself and be present.

3) Doing Things On Your Own Isn't Embarrassing

Being comfortable and happy in your own company is so important. This year I went to the theatre on my own and although it was nerve wracking, I absolutely loved it. At first I thought people would be looking at me thinking 'it's a bit weird she's come on her own' but they were so immersed in their own bubble that no one batted an eyelid. I've been to see Jersey Boys and Waitress and both were amazing. Don't wait for other people to do things with you, go and do that thing yourself and enjoy spending time with YOU!

4) Passing your Driving Test is one of the Best Feelings Ever

When I started learning to drive people told me that the day I passed my test would be one of the proudest moments of my life and I can fully confirm that's the truth. I'll never forget the day I got that pink license, although no one ever prepares you for how weird that first drive on your own feels. 

5) Your Car Tells you What Side Your Petrol Is On

Whilst we're on the topic of cars, did you know that if you look at the petrol sign on your dashboard there's a little arrow that tells you what side you fill your petrol on? I'm probably really late to the party with this knowledge but I'm so amused! 

6) It's Okay to Rewear Outfits

Does anyone else just have this fear that if they rewear the same outfit too many times people are going to think they've got nothing else to wear? I'm really trying to ignore this feeling. I don't need to buy a new outfit every time I go out, I've got plenty of cute clothes in my wardrobe to be reworn and no one is judging me! 

7) I Don't Have to Share My Life on Social Media

If you follow me on my socials you may have noticed that I don't post as much as I used to, whether that be on the grid or on stories. I'm learning that I don't need to document everything I do, it's all about being present in the moment without thinking I've got to get a photo to prove I'm out for tea. What am I trying to prove anyway? I must admit, my life feels a lot more peaceful when I take social media breaks.

8) A Smile Costs Nothing

It could literally brighten someones day. 

9) Olaplex is a Haircare Game Changer

It's true what they say, once you start using Olaplex you'll never go back. It makes my hair feel so healthy, shiny and soft; I'm obsessed! 

10) It's Hard to Make New Friends In Your Twenties

Why does no one ever talk about how lonely your twenties can be? Your friendship circle becomes smaller and smaller as you slowly realise who's worth your time and energy, and although this is good for you, it can feel incredibly isolating. It seems everyone is so busy with their own lives, your friends start moving away, and you just crave those days when you had less responsibilities and could meet up for a coffee after Uni without having to compare a six month schedule. 

11) F&F At Tesco Is Very Underrated

Incredibly underrated!
Why do we all just ignore the fact that F&F at Tesco has some gorgeous clothes!? Very rarely can I go into Tesco without coming out with a cute jumper or dress; I only nipped in for a meal deal! 

12) Other People's Success Doesn't Make You a Failure

It's very easy to sit and compare yourself to others but success comes in different forms. Just because someone seems to be living their most successful life doesn't mean that you aren't succeeding too. The thing is, success means something different to everyone and guarantee there's someone looking at you thinking the exact same thing. GIVE YOURSELF MORE CREDIT!

13) Go for Massages Regularly

I can't even begin to tell you how much I love going for a hot stone massage done, it is ultimate relaxation and it helps with period pain too! It's so important to take some time out for yourself and just chill. 

14) Six The Musical Is Incredible

Mum and I went to watch SIX for the first time last year and it's very safe to say that we are obsessed!
It's the most feel-good show with the most amazing soundtrack, and if at least one of the songs isn't stuck in your head when you leave the theatre then you're lying! 

15) I Can't Function Without My Morning Coffee

I was never a morning coffee drinker, always a Yorkshire tea kind of girl, but now I can't function if I don't have a coffee every morning. How did I ever cope before!?

16) I Avoid Parallel Parking At All Costs

If you're one of those people who confidently reverses into a parking space then I envy you. Unless it involves driving straight through into a space then it's a no from me. Parallel parking? No chance. I'll drive round until a space becomes available. 

17) It's Okay to Have High Standards

If someone isn't treating you the way that you deserve to be treated then tell them, don't lower your standards or settle for anything less than you deserve; both in relationships and friendships. 

18) Don't Doubt Yourself

You're braver than you believe, stronger than you seem and smarter than you think! 

19) You Never Know What People Are Going Through

So be kind, always!

20) The Sky Garden is Beautiful

I love visiting London, especially when I get to spend time with one of my best friends Liv. Last time I stayed with her, we went to The Sky Garden and I'm still not over how gorgeous the views of London are! I'd highly recommend visiting if you're planning a trip to the Capital soon!

21) Motorways Are Weird

Yes they freak me out and I have absolutely no idea how people know which lane to be in when you're coming off, BUT I am building my confidence on them and I'm very proud of myself. 

22) Don't Be A People Pleaser

A few months ago someone told me that they could tell I was a 'people pleaser' and if I'm being honest, they're completely right. Although some will say it's a good trait to have, it can often result in your kindness being taken for granted. It's important to remember that it's okay to say no and set your own boundaries. 

23) Embrace Your Natural Beauty

This is something I'm still working on and will continue to learn. I've realised that a lot of the beauty standards thrust upon us are all a filter of how society thinks we should look. Instead I'm learning to embrace and love everything about myself, from my dimples to my acne scars, completely unfiltered. 

24) The Gym is an Act of Self Care

If you feel that going to the gym is becoming a chore, remind yourself that it's actually an act of self-care. It's boosting your endorphins and keeping you fit and healthy. The more you treat going to the gym as an act of self-care, the more motivation you'll have (and the more you'll enjoy it!)

I can't wait to celebrate with my family and friends tomorrow.
Let's make Chapter 25 a great one; Here's to 25!

Lots of Love,
Meg x


28 March 2022

Why We're All 'That Girl'

So, what exactly is 'That Girl'? 

Well, she's the girl who wakes up at 5am every morning (and definitely doesn't hit her snooze button), she's the girl who always looks put together (even if she's wearing a tracksuit), and she's the girl who never forgets to take her make up off before she goes to bed (even if she's had a gin or two). Basically, she's the girl who's got her life together, the girl society thinks we should strive to be. 

A quick scroll through TikTok and every other video on my feed is giving me tips and advice on how I too can become the girl who dresses in neutral tones, looks flawless with a no make-up make up look and knows how to juggle every factor of her life. To be honest, even just writing about it makes me feel a little bit overwhelmed. 

It's the trend that everyone is trying to follow right now but I think it's really important to remember that that's all it is; A TREND. In the same way that flared jeans come in and out of fashion, becoming 'That Girl' will soon be a thing of the past. Think about it, what society views as the girl who's got her life together solely depends on what is popular at the time, so being 'That Girl' has probably had hundreds of different definitions over the years which will only continue to change. 

Shouldn't 'That Girl' be about becoming the best version of yourself? 

I genuinely don't think there's enough hours in the day for people to do everything on the check list to become this kind of girl. Does she even exist? Because I'm pretty sure I've only ever seen her in movies. In my opinion, it's just not an achievable lifestyle (well not for most people anyway). The girls we see online can very easily balance a social life, a gym schedule and a job, but do they ever show them balancing that on top of looking after a family, taking care of a house or having a decent sleep pattern? No, they don't. 

It's very easy to feel disheartened because your life doesn't mirror this 'perfect' lifestyle that you see on your screen. Well, I'm here to tell you that you can be your own version of THAT GIRL! 

Here's a few little things that make you THAT GIRL (even if you only manage one a week!)

  • If you wake up in the morning and make your bed, you are THAT GIRL
  • If you manage to make it to the gym one night a week, you are THAT GIRL
  • If you schedule in time for a coffee with your friends, you are THAT GIRL
  • If you order a Dominos Pizza at 11pm, you are THAT GIRL
  • If you have too many cocktails at bottomless brunch, you are THAT GIRL
  • If you enjoy being in your own company, you are THAT GIRL

And so the list continues... 

We are all THAT GIRL; just because we don't wake up super early, have a regular gym schedule or drink green smoothies every morning, we still have our lives together. We might not have the perfect balance but we still have balance. That's just life; we have priorities, we have different things to juggle and we get tired sometimes but we're only human. Why are we putting pressure on ourselves to be something that isn't realistic?

I think it's time that the definition of 'That Girl' changed. 

Becoming 'That Girl' should be about working towards your goals, no matter how big or small they may be. It should be about spreading kindness, supporting our loved ones and doing what makes us happy. Becoming 'That Girl' should be a mindset, not a lifestyle. 

It's very easy to sit and compare our lives to every person we scroll past on social media but it's important to remember that most of the people you see probably don't have their lives together either. We're all trying to navigate this weird and wonderful thing called life so it's okay if you're not doing what everyone else is doing; you're prioritising, you're getting your own shit done and you're smashing it! 

To the girl reading this, YOU ARE THAT GIRL and I'm proud of you! 

Lots of Love,
Meg x



23 January 2022

My 2022 Resolutions

Happy 2022!

We're just over two weeks into the new year and I hope that it's treating you all well! There's something so exciting about the buzz and motivation that comes with a new year; a chance for new achievements, adventures and memories. I only really get this feeling twice a year - either at the start of a new year or on my birthday!

I had a lovely new year with my family, we cracked open a bottle of Malibu and danced away to Nile Rodgers & Chic and obviously watched Jools Holland's Hootenanny! At the strike of midnight we opened the doors to let the old year out and welcome the new year in. As fireworks painted the sky, we stood on our driveway and the majority of our neighbours emerged from their houses, waving at each other, singing and sending well wishes for the year ahead. I haven't seen that since I was a little girl so it was really nostalgic and a beautiful way to start the new year. Since then I've spent the majority of my time going to work, getting back into the gym and focusing on my mindset - I'm grateful I'm able to do this as this time last year I was on furlough! 

I'm not going to lie, when it come to setting goals this year I didn't really know where to start. For the past few years my top goals have been to do with driving; passing my test and getting a car, both of which I've finally achieved (you'll be pleased to hear!). I suppose that's the fun of achieving your goals though, you get to work towards something new. 

Following the yearly tradition on my blog, I'm going to share my list of resolutions with you and you'll be pleased to know that only one of them is driving related. I love writing a list of things I'd like to achieve by January the following year, I really am hopeful that it's going to be a good one! 

My 2022 Resolutions

1. Make Time to Meditate & Journal 

During last years lockdown I started meditating first thing in a morning and I can't tell you how much it improved my mindset. However, when life got busy again I struggled to find the time. This year I'm making an active effort to make the time to mediate, journal, show gratitude, use affirmations and be mindful!

2. Be More Confident on the Motorway

Okay, would it really be a resolutions post from me if I didn't include something to do with driving? I've had my pink license for around six months now so I think it's about time I start to build my confidence on the motorway. I'm not going to lie, the thought of going on the motorway makes me feel incredibly anxious but I don't want to be scared of anything when it comes to driving. If I can make it to Blackpool and back on my own, I'll be happy! 

3. Self Care Sundays

It's very easy to neglect self care and taking time out for yourself which is why I'm making Sunday my 'self care day'. Whether that be doing a face mask, using a hair treatment, going for a walk, treating myself to a coffee or watching an episode of a series on Netflix, I'm making an effort to do something for me. 

4. Make Time for my Blog

I'm sure you probably noticed that I neglected my blog quite a bit last year, it was a mix of having nothing valuable to write about but also losing some confidence when it came to blogging. I opened my laptop so many times but nothing I wrote seemed to be good enough. Then I remembered why I started this blog, not for it to be perfect but to use my authentic voice to share the things that I love - so that's exactly what I'm going to do! 

5. Go on more Adventures

When I've conquered my slight fear of driving on the motorway, I want to go on some adventures this year. I want to be spontaneous. I want to take myself on little days out and have the confidence to do this both with my loved ones and independently. 

6. Make Time To Read

This is something that appears on my resolutions list every year and I'll be honest when I say I don't do very well at it. I think I set my goals too high by trying to read a certain amount of books in a year and I don't know about you, but when I feel forced to read something it's guaranteed that I won't enjoy it. This is why I'm trying to read at least 10 pages of a book every single day, but I'm also not beating myself up if I don't have the time. I'm currently reading Caroline Flack's Autobiography Storm In A C Cup and I'm really enjoying it! 

7. Invest in my Hair

Can you tell I've been watching too many haircare videos on TikTok? I've finally invested in some products from Olaplex (reviews coming soon) and my hair is already feeling so much better. After roaccutane damaged my hair, I'm really trying to invest in good quality products this year. 

8. Stick to my Boundaries

This is a really important resolution for me and one that I need to keep reminding myself. It's very easy for people to make you feel like your boundaries are 'too strict' but they're your boundaries for a reason and it's important to stick to them. I've realised that I need to stop doing things to please other people and put myself first. 

9. Focus on Self Confidence

Has the past few years knocked anyone else's self confidence or is it just me? I look at the person I was a few years ago; she was beaming with confidence and I kind of want her back which is why I'm really trying to focus on self love and self confidence this year. I am giving myself some credit though - it's been a crazy few years and it's okay if my confidence isn't what it used to be! 

10. Cleanse My Make Up Brushes

I realise this is a bit of a strange one but I'm so bad at cleansing my make up brushes regularly. It sounds absolutely disgusting but I just think it's such a chore, standing in the bathroom for half an hour washing all the brushes by hand. I'm going to make more of an effort to clean my brushes this year, maybe I can add it to one of my self care Sundays! 

However, my main goal for this year is to be happy, healthy and grateful. I want to be genuinely, intensely, consistently happy. Here's hoping for a wonderful 2022; a year that's filled with happiness, health, love, success and adventure. 

Lots of Love,
Meg x


31 December 2021

The Highlights of 2021

Happy New Year!

Well, it's safe to say that 2021 has been another crazy year! I know it's cliche but I can't quite believe how quickly it's gone. I think it's safe to say that it's definitely been a step up from last year; it's been a year of achievement, success, bottomless brunches, spending time with loved ones and becoming very invested in the Euros (and Jack Grealish, oops!). 

2021 has seen me do some amazing things; from passing my driving test and buying my first car, to visiting my best friend in London and finally seeing JLS on their reunion tour. As I settle down to write my highlights of the year I feel an overwhelming sense of gratitude, not only for the things I've been able to accomplish this year but for the wonderful people and things around me. 

Despite all this, I understand that it hasn't been the most positive year for some. We've found ourselves living in crazy times yet again, with more lockdown restrictions and uncertainty. If you're reading this right now, I just want to say that I'm incredibly proud of you for making it through. It's all about looking for sunshine and I hope that this post will bring some sunshine to you too. 

Tonight I'll be welcoming in a new year and a new beginning with my family and a glass of gin, but until then here are some of my highlights of 2021!

Lockdown 3.0

January saw us thrown straight into our third three month lockdown. It wasn't the best start to the year but I decided to use that time to focus on my well-being and improving my whole mindset. It's no secret that I'm intrigued by the law of attraction, so I spent my time learning about manifestation, spirituality and becoming the best version of myself. It was incredibly refreshing to have this time and I really enjoyed being able to start my year by focusing on myself. 

Over the first three months I spent my time going on some very scenic walks, making pizza wraps, watching Bridgerton, having zoom calls with my friends and attempting (and failing) to do one of Chloe Ting's workouts (just a quick psa, they really are harder than they look!). 

An Outdoor Reunion With Friends

Fast forward to April and Spring was upon us, the weather was getting warmer, and we were finally allowed to meet our friends outdoors as lockdown restrictions slowly started to lift. My lovely friends Sarah, Kayleigh and I had a little reunion in the garden which consisted of plenty of wine, a much needed catch up and lots of laughter. 

A few days later I was finally allowed to go back to work after being furloughed for three months, driving lessons resumed and I could actually go to Primark for a proper browse around the store; it was the welcome sense of normality that I needed. 

25th Wedding Anniversary

April also saw my Mum and Dad celebrate 25 years of marriage.  Although they couldn't have the celebrations they'd planned for their Silver Wedding Anniversary, I made sure I decorated the living room with banners and balloons and made the day as special as I possibly could. It was still a day to celebrate twenty five years of love, laughter and adventure, to celebrate the unbreakable bond they share. Cheers to 25 years! 

Buying My First Car

I've had a few moments this year where I've felt genuinely proud of myself and the day I bought my first car is definitely one of them. After spending over a year trying to find the vehicle for me (I'm basically the fussiest person ever), I finally bought my little Minnie the Micra and she's absolutely wonderful. One of the best things I did whilst learning to drive was buying a car before I passed my test as it really helped to build my confidence outside of lessons. I'm such a car mum now, I can't go into a super market without buying a new air freshener! 

More Drinks & Reunions With Friends

The beginning of summer saw restrictions lift further and the hospitality sector finally opened their doors which meant that I didn't have to rely on my awful cocktail making skills and could go back to drinking aperol spritz in the sunshine. After not seeing each other for over eight months, my lovely friend Cyde and I had a re-union one sunny Sunday afternoon in Liverpool which included a few cocktails, exchanging of Christmas presents and a lot of laughter! 

Bottomless Brunch at Masons Liverpool

Another day, another re-union; and this time it consisted of my first ever bottomless brunch! 
One of my best friends Liv was visiting home from London and after not seeing each other for almost a year and a half, we thought it would be the perfect opportunity for a bottomless brunch at Mason's in Liverpool. We had such a wonderful afternoon drinking our new favourite Mason's mimosas, catching up and singing along to every song that we could. It was such a welcome sense of normality at that time and from that moment we decided that bottomless brunch is most definitely going to be our new thing! 

Meeting Beth & Rhys in Liverpool

This is my friend Beth and we've been friends for around four years, although I'm pretty sure we've known each other longer than that. Beth is one of my best friends; we met through our blogs and there's not a day goes by where we don't send each other random voicenotes about a crazy idea we've had or a rant about something that we just know the other one is going to agree with. So, it's crazy to think that we only actually met in person for the first time this year!

In June Beth and her boyfriend Rhys travelled all the way from Swansea to come and visit me in Liverpool. It literally felt like I'd known them both forever; we had cocktails in Slug and Lettuce and then headed over to Boujee to live our pink themed dreams. It was such a gorgeous evening and I just feel so grateful to have such wonderful friends. 

My 24th Birthday

June also saw me celebrate my 24th birthday and it was a day filled with love, laughter and aperol, of course! The day was so special; from my bosses making a fuss of me in work to my friends surprising me with a gorgeous bunch of flowers. In the evening I had a meal with my family at my favourite Italian restaurant and I just can't put into words how special and loved it made me feel; I basically felt like a princess for the whole day. I really am so very grateful. 

It's Boujee Baby

A few weeks after meeting Beth, I headed back to Boujee in Liverpool for some belated birthday celebrations; what better way to celebrate your birthday than drinking pink themed cocktails and taking photos on a jet-ski!? It was such a hilarious night and it felt amazing to be able to get dressed up and feel good about ourselves. Again, I really do have the best friends! 

Six The Musical

Over the course of the pandemic one of the things I've missed the most is being able to watch live theatre. In July, theatres were finally allowed to open their doors so Mum and I booked to go and see Six The Musical. We've wanted to go and watch Six for the longest time and let me tell you, it didn't disappoint. It was absolutely amazing, the most feel-good show with the most talented cast - the soundtrack has literally been on repeat since. I think it's very safe to say that Six is up there with one of our favourite musicals ever! Not only was the show incredible, but it felt emotional being back in a theatre watching a live show again. The magic of theatre is well and truly back! 

The Euros

July also saw myself and the entire country take quite an interest in football (and Jack Grealish, Mason Mount, Declan Rice, and so on...). England battled their way through the competition and made it to the final and we all thought that football was finally coming home. It completely united the country and brought everyone together. There was such a buzz everywhere you went, it was a really special time and although we didn't quite get the result we'd hoped for, it's most certainly a time we'll never forget. We saw England play in a major football final, who ever thought that'd happen!? Also, it's still coming home! 

I Passed My Driving Test

I couldn't talk about my highlights of 2021 without mentioning the fact that I FINALLY passed my driving test! If you've been reading my blog for a while then you'll know that this has been a goal of mine for years and although there were a few delays because of covid, July saw me finally complete my goal. It was one of the proudest days of my life and I still can't believe I did it!

A Weekend Trip To London

In August, I hopped on a train and took a little trip to London to visit Liv. I stayed with her for the weekend and we had such a wonderful time; she took me around the capital city and introduced me to so many places that I'd never seen before, including a few hidden gems. I took my first trip to the quirky Camden Market, went to see Cinderella at the Gillian Lynne Theatre which was incredible, finally saw St Pauls Cathedral, spent an afternoon in Hyde Park and took in the breathtaking sights of London from the Sky Garden. We also ate in the cutest Italian restaurant called Circolo Popolare; not only was the food delicious, but the interior was a dream. It was such a gorgeous break and so wonderful to spend time with one of my best friends, London is such a lovely city! 

More Theatre Trips

Once the theatres re-opened I made an active effort to go and watch as many shows as I could. In September Mum and I went to see Hairspray which was absolutely brilliant. It was my second time seeing the show and I just love it, it's such a timeless, feel-good musical! Then in October Mum, Mambly and I went to see All Swinging All Singing and we had the best time. An evening of music from Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr, seriously what's not to love!? 

Saints Got The Three-Peat! 

As things slowly started to get back to normal, Dad and I returned to spending our Friday evenings at the rugby cheering on the Saints. I can't tell you how good it felt to be back in that West Stand cheering, chanting and singing with our friends. For the third year in a row, Saints made it to the Grand Final and  after a very close game they won! The second team in super league to win three grand final titles in a row; what a season, what a team! I can't wait for the new season to start! 

JLS: Reunion Tour

After two cancelled shows, November finally saw us attend the reunion tour we've all been waiting for.  My friend Cyde and I went to see JLS at the M&S Bank Arena in Liverpool and we had such a fun evening. It's crazy to think that JLS were my first ever concert 10 years ago and now I'm 24 years old and still waving my hands in the air to Everybody In Love (and still doing the choreography to She Makes Me Wanna!). The night was basically one big throwback and I loved every second, I felt 16 again. Now everybody say JLS, forever! 

Birmingham Christmas Markets

At the end of November Mum and I went on a festive adventure to Birmingham to explore the Christmas Markets. Obviously we couldn't visit Birmingham without having a 'quick browse' around the biggest Primark store in the country, and when I say 'quick browse' I mean two hours and two huge shopping bags later. Then we wandered through the Christmas Markets and ended our day by eating doughnuts and drinking mulled wine in one of the small festive huts dotted around the Markets. I've never been to Birmingham Christmas Markets before and it's safe to say that I'll definitely be going back, they're absolutely gorgeous; you could literally be anywhere in the world. It was a festive wonderland! 

Family & Friends

As I said, 2021 has been another crazy year and I know part of my achievements are credit to the constant love and support from my family and friends. I don't think I'll ever be able to describe how truly grateful I am to have such loving, supportive, beautiful people around me. Whenever I want to give up or I start to doubt myself, they remind me why I started in the first place and push me to be the best person I can be. 

It's been such a joy to be able to have wonderful experiences with them this year; from visiting different places with Mum, spending nights at the rugby with Dad, going to the theatre with Mambly, having plenty of walks and cuddles with Buster and of course, the bottomless brunches with the girls. They are the highlight of my year; the happiest moments are because of them. 

Overall it's been a year of two halves; the first seeing us back in lockdown, the second filled with happy memories, achievements and success; a year to be proud of myself. I conquered my driving fears and finally passed my driving test, I bought my first car and I worked on becoming the best version of myself. I'm incredibly grateful to have had such a lovely year and I'm thankful that my family, friends and I are entering 2022 healthy and happy! Let's make 2022 an amazing one! 

Wishing you all a very healthy and happy new year! Here's hoping that 2022 is another wonderful year filled with success, love and a little sprinkle of pixie dust! 

Lots of Love,
Meg x

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