Habiba is a 19 Year old student who is originally from the Congo, living in East London. Habiba is Currently studying media and communications at the university of Nottingham, she aims to make a difference in the community and society. She writes for her own blog where she explores the topics of the youth and ethnic minorities, whilst sharing her fashion with her readers. She aims to venture into Journalism and Documentaries. She is also a devout Christian. Her hobbies include baking, reading, singing and teaching herself how to play the guitar.
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I am Kerry, day to day I am a married mother of four with a crazy dog and a mad busy household. I am a contradiction of personalities and roles that swing between a crafting, running, writing, trashy TV watching female to a home educator, carer, schedule organising PA.
As a person I believe in karma, in fact I would say it’s my only set belief I truly do believe your actions and approach determine how the world and those around you respond. My friends describe me as serious, argumentative and strong. I would describe myself as argumentative, restless and challenging.
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My name is Nicky and I'm the other side of 40. I'm married to a great guy called Mark we have been together for 20 years and I've loved every step we've taken. We have 4 amazing children, a very naughty dog, a rabbit and a tortoise! My heart is to journey through life encouraging women.
I have an attitude of gratitude and love to have fun! I have some awesome people in my world and am grateful for all of them. I want to pass on all good things I've learnt, the forgiveness I've been shown and the love that I know everyone needs and deserves!
You are loved!
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My name is Sharlene-Moniqué and I’m passionate about helping people realise their value. I am a singer-song writer, dancer, speaker and fashion lover from London. I enjoy meeting new people and experiencing different cultures. I love my husband and family more than I can say and I’m thankful for my beautiful friends. I love the diversity of humanity and I think it should be celebrated. I enjoy working out, staying healthy and I’m a very big dreamer.
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Read Sharlene-Moniqué's blog Be Uniquely You here.