- A young woman, who was only identified by her Twitter handle @Boii_MsPixels, revealed she always dreamt of owing her own house before the age of 30
- Her dream became a reality and @Boii_MsPixels shared photos of her beautiful crib on social media
- Social media users were inspired by her determination to achieve her goals and they applauded @Boii_MsPixels online
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Many people live their entire lives without ever owning their own homes. However, one young lady set her mind on owning a house and she wanted to do it before turning 30.
While her dream might seem unattainable to many, the woman, who was identified as Twitter user @Boii_MsPixels, managed to maker it a reality.
Earlier this month, the Botswana beauty took to Twitter to share photos of the crib she built for herself.
She captioned the post:
"And I swear it's the most beautiful experience ever (a headache too) but it restores so much in one's attitude towards life. I am so glad this project came in at the worst time in my life because it gave me a boost. I long wanted to build a house before 30 and here it is."
Take a look at the post below:
Social media users applauded @Boii_MsPixels for never giving up on her dream, even when she went through a rough patch.
Twitter user, @Tumani_ntombi, commented:
"Beautiful work babe, you're doing great."
Another tweep, @mils_09, added:
"Well done Boii. So inspiring."
Moses Letsebe, who goes by the handle @KingPabloBw, wrote:
"It's beautiful. Big ups."
Social media user, @spungi100, said:
"Congratulations Boi... This is really amazing stuff hun."
Tweep @maity101 commented:
"Oh wow, this is amazing guys. Boii I'm so proud of you tlhemma, inspirational."
Previously, it was reported a man, who was only identified as @JohnGhatti_CEO, shared photos of his latest property online. The young entrepreneur revealed he is developing the site for rental purposes.
South Africans were inspired by his post and applauded @JohnGhatti_CEO on owning property. @JohnGhatti_CEO is clearly making bank.
He often posts snaps of his luxury whips online and he even shared a video of himself counting the "thousands" of rands he makes every day.
The clip was shared in April and captioned:
"Money machine to count the thousands I make every day."
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