Sometimes , we all need to speak to someone concerning our academia , or social life , or emotional needs… At such times , what we go through could be reason enough to haunt us back if we don’t get to share the experience. Letting it out to someone you kinda trust is always a solution at times.
Today , along with my fellow mentors, we set out for State House Girls’ High School on our mentorship schedule (under the Equity Group Foundation).
We had a fine time with the “Wings to Fly”scholars in the school. It was much of an interactive session I must admit. Listening to reports about their progress , being able to counsel them and motivate them be it academically , socially and emotionally is what we majorly did.
Having a mentor is one of the key things one has to choose when deciding the line of success. Not only will a mentor guide you through the journey, but also will they be there to psych you up and ensure you’re steering to the right direction.
It also feels so satisfying when you are able to be that person who will hold the hand of someone else and walk with them through their journey to success. No wonder my fellow mentors and I always enjoy being our mentorship sessions.
I wore a semi-casual look; a pair of jeans and a crochet tee for that matter. And being rainy , I opted for suede ankle boots to keep off the mud and surface run-off. Also, to keep my feet warm. For my braids, a double bun was enough. ( Hope you checked out on how to style a double bun on one of my posts might you want such)
I chose to lightly accessorize my outfit with blue earrings.
Might you want to get such an outfit for yourself? Here you go…
Earrings:from Hilton Arcade.
Ankle boots:from Gevanjee Stalls , Stall No.12. (Contact : 0712822087)
Sweater top: from Ngara market.
Trouser : from Mr.Price , Garden City.