Young Lady Whose Mom was a Cleaner for 11 Years Starts Own Laundering Company; Gets Many Inspired

Young Lady Whose Mom was a Cleaner for 11 Years Starts Own Laundering Company; Gets Many Inspired

- A beautiful young woman who was encouraged by her mother's strength and drive has left many people motivated after starting her own company

- According to an inspirational post made by a Twitter page, she explained that her mother, who was a cleaner, motivated her to start her own cleaning company

- Social media users who came across the post were left super psyched and congratulated the young woman heartily in the comment section

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A beautiful 26-year-old South African woman has left many people encouraged after she started her own cleaning company. According to Bernice, her mother had been a cleaner for 11 years and this motivated her to start her cleaning empire.

"Meet Bernice (26), who owns a cleaning services company-Pristine Serv. Her mom was a cleaner for 11 years, she wanted to empower her as she was the breadwinner. They offer house cleaning services, laundry aand ironing as well as moving in/out spring cleaning," @kasieconomy wrote in a heartwarming post.

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Many South Africans loved to see her making a name for herself. They reacted to the post a number of times and soon shared many kind words with her in the comment section of the motivational post. Read a few of their thoughtful comments below:

Ayana Vubela wrote:

"Bernice, may God richly bless you."

@Ceevee_Berg said:

"Kindly mention the areas where you render your services."

@Conspiratory_ said:

"Miss B doing bits out here. Well done."
Inspired: Lady Whose Mom Was a Cleaner Starts Own Cleaning Company
This young woman started a cleaning company. Images: @BNeecie
Source: UGC

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Meanwhile, earlier reported that a Nigerian lady said one of the best decisions of her life was quitting medical school.

She recounted how the pressure drove her into considering taking her own life. For Adiaha, no degree is worth one’s mental health.

She wrote:

"Quitting med school was one of my best decisions. I was drowning and near to the point of killing myself because the pressure among other things were stifling the life out of me. No degree is worth your mental health or life."


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