My Pixi GLOW Story

If you've read my blog before, then you'll know just how much I love Pixi Beauty Glow Tonic. The holy grail liquid that will literally have you glowing all summer long, I use it everyday. Pixi Beauty is sold on their website, in Marks and Spencers and on Cult Beauty. Now, I was extremely excited … Continue reading My Pixi GLOW Story

A weekend in Chester

This past weekend my boyfriend and I visited Chester for the first time ever. It's our anniversary today (so if you're reading this Jose - HAPPY ANNIVERSARY!) and decided to go for a little break to celebrate. We have lived in Liverpool for over a year and have never thought to visit before, but we're so … Continue reading A weekend in Chester

Reflecting on 2018 – travelling, celebrating the big 2-1 and what I want to achieve in 2019

Well hello Megs Little Blog readers... it's been a hot minute since I last blogged and I have reasons for that! If I'm honest, I just have been feeling so unmotivated in terms of blogging. In the beginning, I LOVED blogging. I would do it around 3 times a week, and just wrote about anything and everything. … Continue reading Reflecting on 2018 – travelling, celebrating the big 2-1 and what I want to achieve in 2019

FALL FASHION HAUL … BREAKING OUT OF MY COMFORT ZONE

Autumn, or fall as the Americans call it is finally upon us. And of course, with a new season comes a brand new wardrobe. I've done quite a bit of shopping lately for autumn, and here are just a few of my favourites. Bershka Corduroy Skirt - £17.99 I bought this skirt on a recent … Continue reading FALL FASHION HAUL … BREAKING OUT OF MY COMFORT ZONE

FEELING GOOD IN YOUR OWN SKIN AS TOLD BY A PREVIOUS ACNE SUFFERER

Until I was around 18/19, I hated leaving the house bare faced. As I used to suffer with acne, I never thought I would ever feel fully comfortable in my own skin, without caking it in layers of makeup. Yup, I used to go out wearing the full sha-bang, even if I was only popping to the supermarket. … Continue reading FEELING GOOD IN YOUR OWN SKIN AS TOLD BY A PREVIOUS ACNE SUFFERER