Video | Rosie For Autograph First Impressions

Hey, guys so today's video is a first impressions video of a makeup set from Rosie For Autograph. My Nan got me this gift set for Christmas and I've been dying to open it but I also wanted to film a first impressions video first. It's also my last video of 2017 so I hope you like it. In 2018 I hope to upload more as I didn't upload much last year. Please make sure to subscribe for more videos I try to upload videos weekly. 


My Blog & YouTube Plans In 2018

Hey guys seeing as we're only 2 days away from 2018 I thought that I would sit down and list out some things that I would like to accomplish in 2018 for my blog and YouTube channel. I always love reading these as it's great to see the different goals that people set themselves. I already have a lot planned for next year for my blog and channel which I'm sure you guys will love as much as I already do. 

- Upload a blog post 3 times a week 
- Try vlogging every day for a week
- Include more fashion into my blog & channel 
- Upload a video at least once a week 
- Try vlogging every day for a month
- Do more first impressions videos 
- Review more products and things on my blog 
- Up my Instagram game
- Continue to talk more openly on my blog & channel
- Test out a new style of YouTube videos 
- Do a first impressions week on my YouTube 
- Pre-write more of my blog posts



Video | Winter Wonderland London 2017

Hey, guys so today's video is a vlog from when I went to Winter Wonderland by myself. It's the second time in a row I have been by myself which seems to be a recurring theme. Although my friends couldn't make it in I still had a fun time but I do wish they could have come inside as well as it would have been a lot more fun with them. Please make sure to subscribe for more videos I try to upload videos weekly. 


Wishlist | 5 Trousers You Need From NA-KD

Hey guys happy Wednesday! I hope your day is going well I'm back today with another wishlist as I tend to upload these on Wednesdays. I didn't plan for there to be loads of wishlists uploaded on my blog recently it's just the way that things have happened. I am planning on writing up other blog posts to even it out a bit. 

In today's blog post I have picked 5 trousers from the brand NA-KD as in the new year I would love to widen my style a bit by adding some coloured trousers into the mix. I really love the idea of pairing a pair of trousers with a tee-shirt it looks casual but smart as well. You can check out all of the trousers mentioned in this blog post on NA-KD’s website where you can find more culottes as well.

Flared Shiny Pants Hannalicious x £49
Raw Hem Pants £32.95
Gallia Pants Moves £53.95
Shiny Suit Pants £32.95
Flared Culotte Pants £28.95


My Favourite Blog Posts Of 2017

Hey, guys so for today's blog post I thought that I would share with you some of my favourite blog posts from 2017. It's safe to say that this year I haven't posted nearly as much as I could have. Last year I managed to post 157 blog posts compared to the 96 that I have gotten up so far this year. It may be me being lazy but I have been super busy with work this year that when I'm not working all I want to do is lay in bed and binge watch YouTube or The Crown. 

Next year I hope to post a bit more than this year although I can't promise anything as who knows how busy next year will be it may be 10x busier than this year. I am going to be writing up a blog post with my goals for my blog and YouTube channel for 2018 so that will be uploaded before NYE....



Gifts For The Kids 2017

The last gift guide I'm going to do this year is gifts for the kids. I have to admit shopping for my nephews is one of my favourite things to do. Mainly because I'm still a big kid myself and I always will be but also because buying for kids is always so much more fun. Also when you buy a present for a kid there's always less pressure because the chances of them not liking it are pretty slim.




Gifts For Her 2017

Hey, guys so today's blog post is Christmas gift sets for her. I thought that I would put together some of my favourite gifts to buy your mum, nan or girlfriends for Christmas. I always find girls a lot easier to buy for maybe it's because I am one myself or maybe because I'm useless at buying guys presents for Christmas. Luckily I only have about 4 or 5 Christmas gifts that I need to get which puts me in quite a relaxed mood. 

Soap & Glory Hello Super Spa £15.00

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Why I'm Not Doing Blogmas or Vlogmas

Hey, so today is a Sunday which is possibly one of if not my favourite day of the week. I absolutely love Sundays as they're always full of homely things like spending time with the family, doing some housework, writing a blog post, filming a video, eating lots and movie marathons. 

I wanted to sit down with you and let you know my thoughts on Blogmass & Vlogmas this year. As you may or may not know I am not doing either of them this year. I think if I was able to fully commit to one or both of them I would need to plan things out in November. I obviously haven't had time to do that this year which is why I'm not doing them. 

If I was to do both I would really want to commit as I know for the past few years I have attempted them but failed spectacularly. Instead, I'm just going to try and upload as much as I can on either platform as I'm just super busy in the run up to Christmas. I am going to my cousins this year for Christmas so I'm sure that I will vlog parts for you guys. 

I have been asked numerous times if I am going to Winter Wonderland London this year. I am. I will be vlogging it as I'm going with my friends in a few weeks time. I cannot wait for it as I have already been but I only went for a little bit so I didn't film it. You can expect to see that over on my channel soon. 

In 2018 I am going to really try hard to upload something consistently on both platforms each week. I am going to write a blog post on my plans for my blog and channel in 2018 so if you are wondering what to expect from them stay tuned...


My Christmas Wishlist 2017

Hey my lovelies I have decided not to attempt Blogmas 2017.  I just know I won't be able to fully commit to it this year as I have so much going on.  I'm going to try and upload as many Christmassy related blog posts that I can instead. I thought I would start by showing you what I want for Christmas this year. I find it harder and harder every year to ask what I want as I don't necessarily need anything like a new laptop or a new phone because the ones I have work fine. So instead I tend to ask for things like DVDs, books, gift vouchers, and clothes. 

- Nike Roshe One in Black & White 
- New Look Gift Card


Video | My Wardrobe Tour 2017

Hey, guys so today's video is a little peak inside my wardrobe. I love watching these videos as I always like to see what different things people have in their wardrobes. I hope you like this video as much as I do. Please make sure to subscribe for more videos I try to upload videos weekly. 


Oblique Shopping Nights: Xmas Special At Elliot Rhodes'

A few weeks ago I received an email asking if I would like to attend an event that was being put on by Oblique London. The event was a private viewing of the belt store Elliot Rhodes which sits just off Bond Street. The night was a combination of three different things Oblique London, Elliot Rhodes and  Atelier Molinari. 

Let's start with Oblique London which is London based members club to socialise with others. It's run by three brothers Romi, Shonil and Keyu who wanted to create a members club that "helps you to unlock the best experiences across London and beyond." They put on a mixture of events across London for those who are into fashion, travel, food and drink, music, culture and technology. 

Each month they put on an array of events that which you can choose to attend or not if you are a member. I was able to pick from four different events which included a live music night, a drawing class and a fitness class. I did opt for the fitness class first of all but that was fully booked so I opted for the fashion experience instead. 

To become a member you have to apply via their website there is an application process that you have to go through. However, if you know someone who is already a member then they can refer you to become a member. The membership is an annual membership costing £160 if you pay upfront or £18 per month for a year if you pay in instalments. 

Oblique London Links:

This brings me to Elliot Rhodes who is a belt store located at St Christopher's Place just off Bond Street. You may be thinking how can there be a whole store just for belts? Well this isn't like any normal belt store think of it as the Willy Wonka factory of belts. 

The idea is that you can completely customise your belt from beginning to end. Elliot Rhodes give you the freedom of picking the colour, material, buckle and size. All of the belts have an interchangeable buckle allowing you to change it every day if you wanted to. Straps range from £80 - £200+ whereas buckles range from £20 - £200+ depending on what you are looking for. 

I really loved the different range of colours and variations of the buckles. One of my favourite buckles was the skull one as it makes a statement but it's also quite subtle because it's not as big as some of the others are. All of the buckles had an incredible amount of detail.

A belt is something that can really change an outfit. Which is why having this opportunity to really customise your own is really unique and special in itself. It would be a great Christmas present for someone who likes wearing belts. As it's also Black Friday this week they have a 20% on everything on their website so now is a prime time to buy one.

Elliot Rhodes' Links:

The last part of the evening was spent learning about the jewellery designer Atelier Molinari who "graduated in Jewellery Design from Central Saint Martin’s College of Art and Design London". Atelier then went on to "furthering her knowledge at the Gemological Institute of America in New York". 

Atelier spent a long time in India learning about all of the different stones and how they are transformed into their final product. Atelier spent a lot of time visiting stone cutting workshops as well as learning from different craftsmen. 

Atelier Molinari Links:

I would like to say a massive thank you to Oblique London, Elliot Rhodes' & Atelier Molinari for having me last week. I found the evening really interesting and I learnt a lot about belts and jewellery. I hope that this blog post has taught you a lot about them as well. If you want to find out more information you can always contact them via their social media accounts or read more about them on their websites.


Wishlist | Pretty Little Thing

Today's blog post is another wishlist for Pretty Little Thing. I have to say they are one of my favourite clothing brands as they have such affordable clothing. I have a few items from them in my wardrobe but I find that I'm always looking on their website at their new items. Black Friday is coming up and I'm sure PLT will have a great sale so definitely, go and check them out!



How To Take Care Of Your Hair During Winter

Hey, guys today I thought that I would write about haircare as I always get compliments on how I keep my hair so healthy. Taking care of your hair during the colder months can be hard and often people don't know what to do. I'm not a hair expert in any kind of way but I know how to keep my hair looking healthy. 

1. Protect your hair from the elements
As a commuter I often see women getting onto the train with dripping wet hair. This often confuses me because 1. It's freezing and your hair will take ages to dry & 2. Your clothes will get all wet. Leaving the house with wet hair isn't a sensible move if your hair freezes in the cold then it's easier for the hair to break. I recommend using a hair dryer to blow dry your hair or let it dry naturally inside before leaving the house. 

2. Keep hydrated
This may seem like a weird one as we are in the Winter and not Summer. However, keeping hydrated also reflects the health of your hair. Even in the Winter, we need to drink loads of water to stay hydrated. By drinking loads of water, it keeps our scalp hydrated and thus our hair as well. 

3. Use hair masks to add extra moisturiser
I like to use hair masks at least once a week especially as the bottom of my hair is slightly dyed. I don't like to use it on my scalp only on the bottom of my hair. I usually apply it while I'm in the bath and leave it on for 5 minutes and then rinse it off. If you don't have a bath then you can always put on an old top and apply it while you do some housework or watch some TV. 

4. Try not to use a lot of different products
I've always been the type of person who likes to keep their haircare or skincare simple. I don't use too many products at once as I find it's easier to remember to do them when you have fewer things to apply. At the moment I'm using the Maui Moisture Coconut Milk trio for my hair I did a review on the products a couple of months ago which you can find here. 

5. Avoid over-styling your hair 
I hardly ever use heat tools on my hair unless it's too dry it after my shower or bath. Instead, I have found that you can create many different hairstyles without using heat. You can use hair accessories like this one from Amazon to create cute hairstyles without damaging your hair with hot hair tools. 

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Review | Covent Garden Grind

I have always enjoyed going out for breakfast especially on a Sunday. However, recently I have been so busy so I haven't had a chance to. It's always nice going out to breakfast or brunch with friends or family but there's something so peaceful about going by yourself. Today I decided to go out to breakfast by myself after I had finished I decided that I wanted to write up this blog post straight away.

I wanted to do something different as eating out in public can be challenging for me sometimes but also I wanted to get some blog/YouTube work done away from home where I spend 90% of the time I'm not at work. My choice of breakfast place today was one of Grind's branches. Last time it was Holborn and this time it was Covent Garden which is all decked out for Christmas if I may add. 

It feels like only yesterday I went to the Holborn branch when in fact I went in February of this year. I also wrote a review of Holborn Grind as each one is a little different to the other although they still share a lot of similarities. I turned up today without even thinking about booking a place which could have been a disaster if I was with someone else. However, as I was by myself the lovely staff managed to fit me in by placing me at the bar. Unlike Holborn Grind which is just "an espresso bar & cocktail bar" Covent Garden Grind "is a coffee bar, cocktail and restaurant on Maiden Lane, Covent Garden". 

Let's talk about the exterior and interior, first of all, the exterior is absolutely gorgeous and any building lover will probably agree with me. The contrast of the brick and the painted window frames which are black just go together so well. The inside is crisp and clean with aspects of a retro feel. I love the marble countertops which match well with the brick walls which have been painted white. The lights and liquor shelves add that retro feel to an otherwise modern place. The Covent Garden one is slightly bigger although it's still quite small and quickly filled up by the time my food had arrived. 

This time I didn't go to do some work as it was all pre-booked so there was no space. I had really been craving eggs over the past few days so avocado on toast with poached egg was definitely going to be my breakfast of choice. It's probably the most basic blogger breakfast, right? My pot of English breakfast tea was £2.75 and my breakfast was £8.00 bringing my breakfast to a total of £10.75 which isn't bad at all in my opinion. 

The tea was good which is always good as I drink a lot of tea so I can tell a good one from a bad one. The avocado was nice and creamy and the poached egg was runny inside which are signs of a good poached egg. The only thing I would say is the lack of bread it would have been nice to have 2 pieces so that you can have one egg per piece of bread. I found that I had a lot of avocado and egg left over once I had eaten the bread. 

As I was on my own I just watched some YouTube while I ate my breakfast which I felt quite comfortable doing. The staff were really friendly and the service was great as it only took around 10 minutes for my food to arrive once I had ordered. It's the sort of place where it's great to catch up with friends or go out for brunch with a loved one. 

If you are looking for somewhere to work they also have plugs and wifi which is always good especially if you're a blogger or YouTuber. Like I mentioned in my previous blog post I think the prices of the food and drinks are really reasonable especially for a chain. I think my aim in 2018 is to visit the rest of the Grind branches. 

Holborn Grind links:

Grind links:


Video | Alexandra Palace Fireworks Festival 2017

Hey, guys so today's video is my vlog from last weekend. Myself, my friend and my Mum went to go and see the fireworks at Alexandra Palace in North London. It was an event that went on from 4pm-10pm and there was lots of things to do there. I thought that I would vlog it as it was a really fun night and I'm so glad that I did. I hope you like this video as much as I do. Please make sure to subscribe for more videos I try to upload videos weekly. 


The Perfect Berry Lipstick

Too Faced Melted Lipstick £18.90 | Melted Berry
Hey, sorry I haven't uploaded a blog post in over a week but 2017 has been a pretty busy year for me which is why my uploads for both my blog & YouTube channel have been minimal compared to previous years. I try to upload as often as I can but sometimes I just don't have the time or the energy. 

In today's blog post I wanted to talk to you about one of my favourite Autumn/Winter lipsticks. If you have tried a melted lipstick from Too Faced then you will know how amazing they are and if you haven't then you are missing out! I would say that they sit in the middle for price as they aren't reasonable but they're not expensive either. 

I tend to pick mine up when I go abroad in a Sephora as they're usually a little cheaper to get. First of all, I love the packaging as they are easy to pop in your handbag because they're really lightweight and the lid screws on tightly so they won't leak in your bag. They have a number of different colours you can pick from such as pinks, purples & nudes for this collection. 

My favourite part is the applicator as it's attached to the tube itself. I love how the product just glides onto your lips. However, I will say it is sometimes tricky to apply it but I have gotten better with practice. I would suggest always having tissues or baby wipes around you just to clear up the edges. 

When you first apply the lipstick it comes out in a liquid formula but not a runny one. As time goes on your lips will dry out but I never feel that they feel dehydrated or that the lipstick looks horribly dry on my lips. There's always a hint of moisture which I like. 

I really want to try a few other shades so I may ask for them for Christmas as they are a great present to receive as well as give to someone. I think that this is a great staple lipstick to have in your Autumn/Winter lip collection as you can never go wrong with a berry colour. 

Have you ever tried a Too Faced Melted Lipstick?


Wishlist | ASOS Under £20

Hey, guys today I thought that I would do an ASOS wishlist as it seems to be a pretty popular place for people to buy their clothes from. I have never bought anything from ASOS before.....I know what a shocker! I do like some of their clothing items though so I may pick up a few of them soon. I am loving all of the Autumnal vibes at the moment I can't wait for it to get a little colder!



It All Started On October 24th 2013

Today marks my blogs 4th birthday which is pretty amazing. I can't quite remember what I was feeling 4 years ago today but I am very proud of myself for sticking with my blog as it has turned into something wonderful. Sometimes I sit back and go through my old blog posts because some of them are really special and I'm glad that I could share them with you. 

If you are thinking about starting a blog or a YouTube channel then go for it because you will never look back. Not once over these past 4 years have I regretted starting my blog or channel. I have enjoyed everything that comes with running a blog or a YouTube channel. There is so much you can learn from running a blog or a YouTube channel and I have found that you are always discovering new things about yourself. 

My favourite blog posts over the past 12 months:

Blogging has got a lot harder since I started 4 years ago but the challenge makes it a lot more worthwhile when you take a step back and see what you have achieved. I have never been one of those people who has grown in popularity over night. I've always been one to gradually build a following which is what I have found with my blog and channel. 

4 years of doing this has taught me a lot and it has given me enough time to adjust as time goes on. I don't think I would have known what to do if I woke up one day to 100,000 followers. Of course, I would love to get there one day but I'm quite happy to be the tortoise in the race rather than the hare. I am going to be throwing a giveaway for my blog's 4th anniversary. I will be throwing a giveaway to mark the special occasion but you have to wait until next month for that.....

I cannot even begin to imagine what will happen over the next 12 months because the blogging world is forever changing minute by minute. This year has already been amazing as I have been given a lot of amazing opportunities so I can only guess what 2018 may hold for me, my blog and my YouTube channel.

Check out my other blog anniversary posts:


Review | *Gioventù Natural Vitamin E Oil

I have been blogging for almost 4 years and I am very lucky that sometimes I get sent products from companies to try out and then to share with you guys. The lovely team at Gioventù Cosmetics reached out to me to see if I wanted to try out their natural vitamin e oil. Of course, I said yes as ever since I suffered from acne as a teenager I always try to look after my face as best as I can (on a budget that is anyways).  

As most of you will know my skincare routine only consists of about 3-4 products in total. I don't like using multiple products and I'm quite lazy when it comes to my skincare routine anyways. However, I am always looking to improve it however, I can.  For many years I have stuck with the same products so I think it's time to introduce some new ones into my routine. 

Gioventù is a UK based cosmetics & skincare brand whose products are organic and cruelty-free. They launched in 2016 and have three types of skincare products at the moment. These are Natural Vitamin E Oil, Moroccan Argan Oil & Organic Coconut Oil. You can get the products in two sizes as they do a travel size of 15ml and then a larger one which is 100ml perfect for keeping at home. 

The one that I was kindly sent was the Natural Vitamin E Oil in the 15ml size. The product retails at £2.99 for the 15ml bottle and then at £6.99 for the 100ml. For the other ranges, the prices vary depending on the size and type of product. 

Ever since I was a little girl I've always thought of oils as being a luxury. I always used to see my mum use them on her face and back then there weren't many affordable face oils. Fast forward several years and now there is a whole market of face oils that everyone can afford. 

What I loved most about this oil is that although it's incredibly nourishing it's not thick at all which I was slightly worried about. It's a very light consistency and sinks into your skin almost immediately. What I have learnt over the past couple of days from using this is that a little goes a long way. It makes your skin feel super soft afterwards and you can tell it makes you look a lot healthier and more awake. 

There are many benefits to using Vitamin E oil such as:
- Softens skin
- Smooths skin
- Gentle and yet gives powerful results
- Bioactive antioxidant
- Regenerates skin
- Rich source of tocopherol

From reading Gioventù's website I have learnt that although Vitamin E Oil is amazing for your face it can also be used to treat other issues that you may be facing. You can use the oil to treat your cuticles, rough skin, dry lips, wrinkles & brown spots. You can find out more about this over on their product page here.

I'm certainly going to be using mine for a face moisturiser as well as to help my dry lips as I suffer from really bad dry lips during these months and you can often find 3 or 4 different lip products in my bag. I want to try and inject this oil into my skincare routine at least twice a week as I think it will make a big difference. 

You can get 10% off your first order by using code 'gio10' at the checkout. If you are thinking of trying out their products then you could purchase one of the smaller bottles first to test it out before buying one of the regular sizes. 

Thank you so much to the team at Gioventù I'm really hoping that this helps me clear up a bit of discolouration that I have underneath my bottom lip where I lick my lips a lot when they're dry. I can already tell this is going to be a lifesaver during the colder months!

Gioventù links:


Wishlist | Carli Bybel X Missguided A/W 17

On Tuesday the gorgeous Carli Bybel brought out a new collection with Missguided for the Autumn/Winter. You can look at the whole collection here. I was ready waiting to look at the collection online as the release time was 1pm which is perfect as that's when I usually take my lunchtime. I didn't manage to get anything from her collection last time as I didn't have enough money however, I made sure to get something this time as I am a big fan of Carli. I actually picked up the Burgundy tracksuit which came the next day. It's super cosy and I cannot wait to wear it during the colder months.



I Don't Know My Birth Parents And I Probably Never Will

Today I watched a 3-minute video that has had me in deep thoughts ever since I watched it early this morning. It is about a family who travels to China to adopt a little boy. The video captures the day that they get to meet him and take him away to live with them. In an instant, their life has changed forever and so has the little boys. The video is by The Stauffer family and you can watch it here (have tissues as it's extremely emotional). 

I have never really known what the adoption process is like all I have known is what I have been told. So seeing this video made everything real because this is what my parents would have gone through when they adopted me back in 1996. It would have been different but similar at the same time. 

If you have followed me for a while then you will know that I was adopted when I was 10 months old from China myself. I was adopted from a place called Nanchang which is in the province of Jiangxi which is South of Bejing. I've always known that I was adopted because my parents have always been open about it. On the other hand, all my family are English so I would have definitely worked it out otherwise. 

Last November I opened my adoption papers on camera which included various papers such as my Chinese passport, adoption papers and medical papers. It also included this one document which explained how I became an orphan in the first place. It's the document shown above which says that I was found "at the gate of Check Office at the head of Ganjiang Bridge on May 30th, 1996". I was two days old as my birthday is May 28th 1996.  The last bit says "We can't find her natural parents or any of her relatives up to now". 

I was born in 1996 which is during China's one-child policy. If you aren't sure what this is then I'll give you a quick explanation. China's population was getting too big which is why they introduced this policy. Couples were only allowed to have one child and had to apply if they wanted another one before even trying for one. During that time China valued boys because they could become strong and could go out and work to earn money. 

If a couple had a girl then the chances are that they would either homeless, in an orphanage or even killed in some circumstances. A number of orphanages were full of girls. This left China with an unbalanced population which has carried on today as it's thought that the number of men that outweigh women is around 60 billion. 

I have no idea why I became an orphan but I am certain it has something to do with the one-child policy. However, my family could have been really poor, ill or just couldn't look after me for other reasons. For that reason, I am 100% sure that I will never be able to meet my biological family. I guess it does hurt because I will always be missing something that some people take for granted. 

I know that nowadays there are so many ways to find your family and I've seen it done many times as I'm a big fan of Long Lost Family. However, I was adopted from China where there are now over 1.379 billion people. Not to mention I was adopted from a poor area that was mainly industrial at the time. I'm 22 now and I am old enough to realise that the chances of ever finding my parents are very slim for these reasons. 

In all honesty it sucks because I would love to know my real family and to have that bond with them that everyone else has with their parents. The bond I have with my adoptive parents is just like any other but there will always be that something missing and we all know that. I would love to know who I look like more whether I have my dads eyes or my mum's smile. Unfortunately, I will never know this unless something like a miracle happens. 

I have considered doing a DNA test but I have my doubts as to how much it will give me in terms of information. Considering they did everything by paperback then I'm certain that they wouldn't have my parents DNA stored. Maybe in a Chinese database but how long would that take and how much would it cost. I've also realised that if I really wanted to know more then it would cost a lot as I'd probably have to do a lot of my research back where it all began in Nanchang. 

Although I'm always open to talking about my adoption because it's so important for me to do mentally as it helps me and I know it helps others as well. I'm not ready to begin my journey to find my parents. I probably won't ever be as it could bring a lot of pain which makes me think is it worth it? Would it be worth it to go through an incredibly emotional journey to find out what I already presume? 

It's hard not to think about something like this all the time. It's always on my mind and I'm constantly thinking about scenarios where I may meet my real family but I always know that the possibilities of that happening are pretty much non-existent.  However, I know I am a strong person because although this topic makes me sad it makes me extremely proud because I have a story to tell in the hope that it helps those who aren't strong enough to talk about it. 

For now, I just want to build my life here in London. I want to focus on my career, moving out and possibly getting married and having kids in the future. I know that I want to adopt as I have always felt that way ever since I was little. I think it's something you feel when you are adopted. 

Maybe in the future when I have my own kids I may want to start this journey and I hope to bring you along too as I know I would want to document it all the good and the bad. Until then I just want to say thank you to everyone who has supported me because at times it is hard even though I may seem happy on the outside it's hard mentally sometimes but having you all there helps a lot. 

So thank you 

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