I came across a blog post by Hannah of Hannahlouisef.com, and in this post she really inspired me in many ways. Hence I decided to write a little about myself and key in some of the things she spoke about in this particular post. If you have not seen my last post please click here
I feel like alot of people are yet to know the real me in regards to the fact that alot of you guys follow me on social media and are only exposed to the side of me which I allow,not because of any other reason but simply because I like to keep my personal life very private.
As some of you may already know, I’m just a regular guy, grew up in Nigeria, Africa. I lived with my single mum, who I really and truely love by the way. I lost my dad and sister at age 13 and 15 respectively. I still struggle to cope without them both in my life, but I can say I turned out alright. I went to Primary and Secondary school in Nigeria, came down to London when I turned 17, attended college and at this time it was really difficult to settle in because the social, economic and educational system which exist here is far different from that in Nigeria.
When I first came down to London to study, I wasnt too sure of what to expect, most people were really friendly and most people werent but that’s all life right? ….Anyway, I finished college in 2016 and went on to university where I currently study Media and Communication. My long life aspiration is to one day work in the creative industry. My choice of course was as a result of my personality and influenced by some outstanding people who I feel have been able to leave their mark in the sands of time, people such as Oprah Winfrey, Wendy Williams, Charlamange tha god, Toke Makinwa, Denola Grey, Adebayo Oke-Lawal, Temi Otedola and soo many others.
Fashion, was never a big interest to me, to be completely honest, I wouldnt say I am very well grounded in the fashion industry, However, I just love clothes and playing dress up ….lol. Personally,I’m not too intrested in high street brands . My blog tends to focus more on younger audiences; and because I am aware of the fact that young people are always on a budget, I tend to make sure my outfits remain classy but still very affordable.
Not really sure what the future holds, but a quick advice is never stress about anything take one step at a time there’s never a reason to rush!!
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