A baby has been born. Well, not literally. My baby is school, my passion, my profession. For 8 long months I have worked hard, sacrificed, and prepared for my baby. I've let my blog go and wasn't able to write. In that time, I've had losses, gains, tears, and grief. So when I punched out Tuesday night from Tricoci University of Beauty Culture with 750 hours done and 406 sign offs done, it was like I gave birth, to the beauty professional I am now. I feel such a sense of accomplishment, like I can do anything.
I can understand now when I applied for school, the admissions counselor asks Do you have support?
Not just financially, but spiritually and emotionally. We give up a lot of time with our families, friends, and social life in the pursuit of our dreams. So beauty school isn't easy, it's hard as hell. It tests your passion and whether you want this bad enough to sacrifice what you need to do now in order to get to where you want to be in life. I've gained so many colleagues that I know will be excellent assets in the beauty world, friends, and people to add to my network.
If you follow me on Instagram, Goldnglitters,I kept my friends and followers abreast of what's going on in my beauty school world. Now I am back to blogging, going to events, and being my beautiful fashionable self. Next is state boards to become a Licensed Esthetician, in August. I've been applying for jobs for a month now, and I am faithful that I will receive the career I worked hard to get. Keep learning, keep researching, and keep networking is my goal.
Now what do I do now that I don't have to study, and go to school everyday? Lol!
Until Next Time,
Our class picture that's on the wall of Tricoci
My last time punching out of school