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Probably toothpaste on my arm probably went out like it too.

Elrow London

𝔼𝕃ℝ𝕆𝕎 🕺

If someone makes you feel, let them ❣️

GOLDILOCKS ☀️ Hair: @nikita_jane_hair

The first step will always be the hardest.

Essex

I AM DYINGGGGG😂😂😂😂 So today my four year old cousin Betsy learnt a new word...😂🤦‍♀️ Volume 🔊 🔊 🔊🔊🔊🔊🔊 Watch till the end‼️‼️ Follow @bloody_ell_betsy for more antics 🤣 . . . . .

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London, United Kingdom

➡️➡️➡️➡️➡️➡️➡️ Next week will mark my one year anniversary of moving home 🏡 💕 It was definitely stressful and took a big hit to my bank balance but it was so worth it😫 I needed to move on, there were too many sad memories in my old crib and too many bitties sticking there head through my kitchen window asking to borrow 50p. 💭 I remember a young guy coming to talk to me at 18 and he told me he had lost everything due to poor money management and his ‘friends’ taking advantage of him living on his own so young. He was made homeless and was living in supported accommodation. It was that moment I said that could never be me. 💭 I hustled, I grafted. I worked a 9-5 Monday to Friday, spent my nights working behind a bar and put on a hi-vis jacket and wore steel toe cap boots on a Saturday working in a muddy yard, pulled pints for football matches on a Sunday & boy was it worth it. It ain’t all glamour and holidays in reality. A mattress on a concrete floor is nothing. Having been on the homeless register is everything. It humbles you. Having sofa surfed and moved from pillar to post makes you do everything in your power to not to go back there. None of that was a choice back then, but when you reach a certain age the responsibility is on you. You can no longer blame anyone else for your situation. That note pad on my bed was full of drawings and paper cut outs of what I would turn my new home into, I visualised, worked hard and put those paper cut outs from Wayfair.com into reality. Seven years I’ve lived on my own for 😶 SEVEN YEARS, that’s two uni degrees and a masters for some people. Sometimes what feels like taking a couple of steps backwards will launch you ten steps forward 🚀 Sometimes we need to remind ourselves of how far we have come. Be grateful and love yourself for where you are at now but know you still have so much more to give. Keep grinding- you’re almost there 🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼 —————————————— . . . .

Canary Wharf London City

From the very start of my journey every stat you can think of was stacked against me. Statistics showed that only 3% of care leavers went onto university, and 40% of 20 year olds who have been through the system do not undertake education, employment or training. Long term outcomes include poor health, homelessness, drug/alcohol misuse and an increased risk of intergenerational poverty. To top it off, we got a fivefold increased chance of having at least one mental health diagnosis compared to our peers plus a criminal conviction. It’s shit ain’t it. When you look at ‘reality’. The world you’re born into with no choice but a whole load of expectations to do what everyone else around you is doing and live a life of absolute poverty and struggle. I refused. I refuse. I made sure I was part of that 3% and then I hustled like a BITCH to make sure that no one could ever tell me that I was unqualified, under-skilled or ‘not quite what we’re looking for’. It baffles me when people assume everything was given to me. That I look like a ‘rich bitch’ with an easy life who sits round the dinner table with Mummy & Daddy every evening at 6pm. I guess I must be carrying myself well? I haven’t just made Regional Manager at 25 years old, I have made a commitment to change the lives of those D̶i̶s̶a̶d̶v̶a̶n̶t̶a̶g̶e̶d̶ young people who believe that what they’ve been born into is only what’s available to them. The harsh experiences that we have in life can be used as tool for self-destruction or as a tool to break down the barriers and inspire the next generation- let’s change these stats & rewrite the narrative. I am tired, but I am thankful. Creating success through hard-work and merit is so much more fulfilling than when something is just handed to you. So if you’re like me and had to work that little bit harder than the rest- be grateful and don’t give up. It will all be worth it. I promise you. ———————————— . . .

Act like the person you want to become, until it becomes who you are 🗝 . . . I’m in a real weird stage in my life right now... moving house, changing careers and having the numerous trials and tribulations life wants to throw at me has REALLY taken its toll🙄 It’s time to take a breath, sit down and create some new goals 🎯 It’s time to really appreciate the stage I’m at in my life but know I can do and achieve so much more🙏🏼 It’s time to think about who it is that I want to become and start acting like her 💡...asking questions like- what time does she wake up in the morning? What does she eat? Does she exercise? Does she drink alcohol? How much money does she have in her bank account? How many lives has she had a positive impact on? Etc etc. Benjamin Franklin said that some people die at 25 & aren’t buried until 75 💀 ...so it’s time to finish the rest of this year off by continuously stepping out of my comfort zone ‼️ . . .

may the flowers remind us why the rain was so necessary 🌷

Wireless Festival

Yearly tradition with this Queen ✌🏼

Zanzibar, Tanzania

🧡🧡Whenever there is a human being there is an opportunity for kindness 🧡🧡 Thank you for all of your donations x

Zanzibar, Tanzania

Literally turn into one big freckle when the sun comes out ☀️ .

Gratitude 🙏🏼 ———————————————-

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