- A young South African woman recently proudly took to Twitter to showcase how beautiful her apartment looks
- The inspirational post includes a picture of the apartment before she was able to afford furniture for it
- Many South Africans shared beautiful compliments with the young lady while others commended her for her hard work
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The feeling of finally putting the final pieces to complete your very own apartment is a feeling that cannot be compared to many others. A young woman can testify to this after she has finally decorated her home to her liking.
Taking to Twitter, @hilary_vuma shared pictures of her beautifully decorated apartment. She also included pictures of how the apartment's decor started out with barely any furniture and two camp chairs for seats.
"How it started VS. How it's going. Baby steps," she captioned the heartwarming and inspirational Twitter post.
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Naturally many Twitter users were truly uplifted by her post. A lot of them headed to the comment section to both congratulate and compliment her on her steller decor skills. Read a few of their comments below:
"Wow, Kudos to you. A place without TV? That means you'll have peace of mind and clarity."
"Literally feel so embarrassed to invite people over, since I'm in my starting phase with a basic salary and no financial assistance, educational burden and monthly black tax. But this Thinking face is motivation enough to keep going."
"This amazing work you call baby steps? Nooo!"
"Nice work, did you design on ur own or with the help of an interior designer"
In similar YEN.com.gh news, celebrating all achievements, small and big, is what makes life worthwhile. A young man with the Twitter handle @Cuartocore recently reiterated the importance of this after he headed to Twitter to share a post about how he went from sleeping on an air mattress on the floor to having a proper bed.
"Don't give up guys," he captioned the heartwarming post.
Hundreds of thousands of people were clearly moved by the post as it received a whopping 792k likes. Many people also headed to the busy comment section where they shared thoughtful messages of support and encouragement.
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