We 90s babies are not really babies anymore. How did this happen? Where did all the time go? Does this mean I am officially an adult? When I was younger I really wanted 2020 to be the year of many feats; big wedding, new home, new city, kids and an established interior design firm. But COVID-19 really had other plans.

Age truly is just a number and I think society sets very unrealistic, conforming expectations for us to feel like we need to have achieved something by a certain age  and I think that isn’t really fair or true to have such pressure on ourselves at this age because truly there is no time limit too the things you can achieve.

I would say for where I am in my life, personally and professionally, I am exactly where I would want to be and have even exceeded my expectations for what I wanted to achieve by this age. I set a personal goal for myself right after I finished my post graduate studies in 2018 and so far so good, I have crossed most of them off the list.

The most memorable part about this past year was sharing it with YOU. My followers, subscribers – my online friends. Being able to share my life with you, even via the internet. The highlight of my day is thinking and creating content in form of pictures and videos to film so that you have new posts from me all the time.

As I turn 24, I’m so excited to share the next chapter of my life with you. I mean I don’t know if the late 20s is that different early 20s but if it is, I’m ready for the journey.

Thank you all for giving me the best day today. My phone has been buzzing non stop with calls, messages and notifications from my social media apps. And for that I’m thankful, thank you all for giving me the best birthday gift I could ask for. Your support for me means so much and I am grateful!


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