I GRADUATED!

I GRADUATED!

Almost two months and we haven’t posted anything on the blog! Too many things happened and we will explain it all in the upcoming posts.

Graduation, the day we have been dreaming of for so long. The last three years were great & hard at the same time, just like everything in life, there are ups and downs. I am not teaching you anything here you already know it. I’m going to get a little personal with you and share my exprience hoping that it helps the young readers and let the other ones know a little bit about me.

You all know I’m the youngest among my sisters and whoever says young says spoiled, gets what she wants whenever she wants and saying a NO to her will turn her to a dramatic person. How will she deal with the outside world?

Three or let’s say four years ago, I had to make the choice of my life. I was asked what are you going to do after your bac, I was lost! I couldn’t join a public school, I didn’t have the grades for it and my parents couldn’t afford a private school by then so I went to university. I spent one semester and stopped. I realized that it wasn’t made for me, so guys Lesson n°1 : once you realize that something is not made for you, stop while you can.

I spent one semester at home chilling, not socializing & searching for a private school because the situation was okay at some point. I searched and I knew what I wanted. I wanted to study Communication & Marketing. How did I finally find what I wanted to do? Well I owe my life to blogging. Everytime I went to an event, I can see girls working for brands and presenting products to us, I found it passionate and I wanted to be like these people. Besides that and since we run our own social media, I developped a skill out of that and discovered a job called “Community Manager”. Lesson n°2 : do research, know what you like and what you don’t like, what you can do and what you cannot do, it may help you choose your major.

In 2014, I felt like my life has just started. I finally chose my major and II was studying what I like. I felt a big rejoice. I was growing, doing mistakes and learning to get out of my comfort zone, going back to it sometimes, doing internships, working, having unuseful classes and interesting ones by times. Getting to know people who’s company is interesting and who’s is not. That’s how I learned about myself. Lesson n°3:  even though we complain about school, waking up early, socializing with classmates, showing to a teacher that we are interested in his class but we’re not. We learn, we grow, we discover ourselves and for me it is the most important thing in life. It’s a blessing!

Today I’m proud of the person that I am and hoping that my parents are as well. I mean they better be. I owe everything to them and my sisters also. They’ve been so patient with me, Malika with my homeworks and Yasmine with administrative stuff and both or all of them with my mood swings.

Hats off if you made it until here and for those who didn’t I get it, I talk too much and I came to a part where I can share with you what I learned about myself and I invite you to do the same in the comments below, I promise I read them.

My + : I’m beautiful, I’m well educated, I’m ambitious, I’m energetic, I’m creative, I’m curious & always willing to learn new things.

My – (working on that) : I’m unpatient, I have a hard time accepting « no’s », I’m a biiiiiiig dreamer I could crash (nothing is impossible tho)

START BY YOU ! KNOW YOURSELF, BE USEFUL & DON’T JUST EXIST. IF I CAN SURVIVE SCHOOL THEN YOU CAN.

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5 Comments

  • Zineb Masmoud July 5, 2017 10:08 pm

    Félicitations Hanae, Well Done❤️

  • Dalal July 6, 2017 7:06 am

    This should’ve been your graduation speech ‍ I love this personal post ❤️ Good luck in your journey. You’re lucky to have parents who let you choose your path and big sisters backing you up

    • Skinnyjeaans July 6, 2017 1:17 pm

      Thank you so much Dalal! I agree I am so lucky to have suck kind sisters and parents <3

  • Nour August 3, 2017 3:46 pm

    Winouuu Winouuuu :-*

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