Tag : Megan Harrison

Happy and sad: depression behind closed doors

9 months ago / 0 comments

Despite the many campaigns to increase mental health awareness, it seems there is still a long way to go, even with mental health issues such as depression and anxiety. Why, I ask myself, are people still struggling to understand the ins and outs of these conditions? Naturally, if you’ve never … Read More

Are we still friends with ‘Friends’?

11 months ago / 0 comments

Megan reminisces about one of her favourite TV shows, defending it from critics who find the sitcom ‘not progressive enough’. Friends. Often thought of as an epitome of the classic sitcom, it has brought joy to the my heart and countless others over the years. How sad I was when … Read More

Agony aunt: giving a presentation

11 months ago / 0 comments

Any advice on how to ace a presentation? I’ve got an important one coming up and would love some tips! There’s no escaping the fact that at some point during your university studies, and then no doubt in your work life, you will have to give a presentation. This could … Read More

Blogging as a full time career: the great debate

12 months ago / 0 comments

It seems quite fitting as this is the Blogs section to talk about that very topic. Blogging. As a blogger myself, albeit a small one, I have noticed one thing recently across social media: Non-bloggers are finding it hard to accept the turn in recent years to full-time blogging as … Read More

The power of now

1 year ago / 0 comments

Megan talks about the importance of  ‘now’ and how making the most of the present can unlock potential and opportunities.  “I’ll do it later”, “I’m busy doing something else”, or “I’m too tired”: a small selection of excuses we are all guilty of when it comes to putting off doing … Read More

#GoYellow for Shine

1 year ago / 0 comments

October has become a popular month of fundraising for charities across the UK. Recognised campaigns currently running are Stoptober, Go Sober for October and Breast Cancer Awareness Month, so it is certainly a time to loosen your purse strings in the name of a good cause. However, there are charities … Read More

Agony aunt: alcohol and peer pressure at university

1 year ago / 0 comments

I don’t drink alcohol, but all my friends do, and whenever they’re drunk I feel like I’m on the outside. I don’t want to compromise on my beliefs, but I’m also tired of feeling like I’m missing out. Any advice? Nowadays, there seems to be a common misconception that all … Read More