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YOUR UNIFORM

Now when I say uniform, Iā€™m not referring to dreadful plaid (maxi) skirts and the unflattering jumpers you were forced to wear in school. When I speak of uniform, I mean the tangible pieces of comfort and confidence hanging up in your wardrobes, a wearable haven, your favourite weapon of choice to combat the day ahead.

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I admire you and what you do. Forever trying to supporting you in any way that i can. Love you, sis šŸŒ¹šŸŒˆšŸ˜˜

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thespiritbox

I LOVE YOU MORE ā¤ļø

you’re support has never gone unnoticed, honestly! you keep me going, thank you so much for that.

Another addition to the ol’ portfolio is a small collection of my presenting gigs from way back when I was fat(ter) and still searching for the right kind of eyebrows.. LMAO..
Whilst I was in secondary school, I got the chance to help start up a careers advisory company aimed at teenagers and young adults called WRD UK. As a former youth ambassador of the company, part of the role was to present videos and interview inspiring figures. One of the first people I ever interviewed for WRD UK was Professor Cary Cooper CBE; a renowned psychologist and author, he is also one of the sweetest men I have ever met in my life, so I had a lot of fun interviewing him and getting to know him. As well as interviews, I also participated in “tutorial-like” videos, these were a part of a mini series called “Preparing For a Job Interview”, where I presented Part 2 and Part 3.
Lastly, the final video I wanted to share with you is one teamed up with another great organisation, Urban Synergy; a charity that focuses on mentoring programmes and inspirational seminars (which I have also been lucky enough to present/host) for 11-18 year olds across London. Urban Synergy often interview individuals whom serve as inspiration for others, and during the 2012 Olympics here in London, I got the chance to interview members of the London Legacy Development Corporation. I’d also like to add that this was filmed within a proper studio in Thomson Reuters and it was the coolest experience ever.
I really enjoy presenting, plus I think it gives some sort of real purpose to my big mouth and loquacious manner! But meeting new people and getting to know them and their work is always a cool thing to do as well as inspiring.

Another addition to the ol’ portfolio is a small collection of my presenting gigs from way back when I was fat(ter) and still searching for the right kind of eyebrows.. LMAO..

Whilst I was in secondary school, I got the chance to help start up a careers advisory company aimed at teenagers and young adults called WRD UK. As a former youth ambassador of the company, part of the role was to present videos and interview inspiring figures. One of the first people I ever interviewed for WRD UK was Professor Cary Cooper CBE; a renowned psychologist and author, he is also one of the sweetest men I have ever met in my life, so I had a lot of fun interviewing him and getting to know him. As well as interviews, I also participated in “tutorial-like” videos, these were a part of a mini series called “Preparing For a Job Interview”, where I presented Part 2 and Part 3.

Lastly, the final video I wanted to share with you is one teamed up with another great organisation, Urban Synergy; a charity that focuses on mentoring programmes and inspirational seminars (which I have also been lucky enough to present/host) for 11-18 year olds across London. Urban Synergy often interview individuals whom serve as inspiration for others, and during the 2012 Olympics here in London, I got the chance to interview members of the London Legacy Development Corporation. I’d also like to add that this was filmed within a proper studio in Thomson Reuters and it was the coolest experience ever.

I really enjoy presenting, plus I think it gives some sort of real purpose to my big mouth and loquacious manner! But meeting new people and getting to know them and their work is always a cool thing to do as well as inspiring.