Thank You, June

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paginas para conocer gente nueva A throwback– A few months ago I mentioned that I was planning on deleting my old blog. I can’t tell you how uncomfortable it is reading things I’ve written in the past. There’s so much I disagree with and so much I feel I could have expressed better. But it’s also so refreshing to re-visit certain times in my life and empathise with myself. Just from going through my old blog, I’ve resolved to try and be a bit more open on this blog. I want my emotion to be felt. You can check out my old blog here, as long as you promise not to laugh. Shout out to my girl Benja for ensuring I didn’t delete it! Love you.

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click here An opportunity– I attended the Aspire Trailblazing Women’s conference in London towards the end of the month. Aside from the wonderful opportunity to speak on a panel at the event, I also volunteered for the conference and experienced the immense effort and planning it takes to put together such a valuable forum. After the conference, I spent a day in London just enjoying the city vibes – there’s something so inspiring about being in London. I love it! Thank you, June.



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  • The African-Italian Project

    July 12, 2015 at 4:54 pm Reply

    Awwwww thank you girl, I love you too and miss you! I am so glad you did not delete it. As I’ve shared with you before, your past does not define you, it’s testament to what you have gone and grown through, a reminder to you (and others) that life is in constant evolution and that one can always overcome difficulties and be great on the way! I am particularly thankful to the words of your younger self for inspiring me to power through some tough times, understanding that I am not alone in the struggle.
    I hope you are good and I’m happy for this new section of the blog, I’m looking forward to more of it, excited! Admire and love you always ❤️

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