- An ambitious young lady named Gabrielle Amani has touched many hearts after posting progress picture of her room furniture
- Gabrielle captioned he post, "Progress is the best feeling in the world"
- Many people took to her comment section to share similar stories
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A pretty young lady with the name, Gabrielle Amani recently shared a post on social media where she was celebrating the little progress in her room furniture.
In the post, she shows a side-by-side photo of when her mattress was on the bare floor to purchasing a bedstead for her mattress.
Her post came with the caption, "Progress is the best feeling in the world"
The post got over 275K likes, 23.9K retweet with over 900 comments and over 2,000 Quote Tweets.
From the huge engagement, it appears that many people relate with the post and appreciate little accomplishments no matter how they come.
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The young lady also motivated others to share pictures of their progresses under the post.
Gabrielle Amani attaching a crying emoji to her caption suggested that, she is proud of her accomplishment.
Many people had some heart warming things to say about the post;
I love posts like this. It shows realistic and relatable growth, which often isn’t shown on social media.
This is the best feeling how am filling my one room, one furniture at a time
I love this so much cuz its so relatable lol. And it doesn’t matter what you buy for you and your home, it could be a spoon and it just the best feeling ever
Congratulations girl! I remember going from a air mattress to Bed set. Literally the best feeling next to getting that first car.
First pic is my current situation, hoping for the second pic soon. Congratulations
proud of you for making that progress! hoping it’s the start of many more improvements in your life
View Gabrielle's post below;
In another story YEN.com.gh reported, a multi-talented Ghanaian artisan, Bernard Nii Nartey, has been creating beautiful furniture and sound systems from used car tyres and other sustainable materials.
Nartey, 35, has become a forerunner in his field because of his unique and viable creations made from used tyres.
His furniture label, Nat Recycle Centre converts used tyres into impressive and sustainable furniture for home and office use.
Nartey holds a Bachelor's Degree in Social Science from the University of Cape Coast (UCC) in the Central region.
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