- Tracy is a woman with a dream and she is taking the steps to achieve this
- She is a woman who hopes to own a mansion one day and her goals are bright
- However, for now, the Facebook user has settled for a bedsit (one-room living area) which is cleaner, prettier and better organised than most
There is a beauty in starting small but still managing to have big dreams.
Life does not always start in a mansion with a killer view, swarming with workers in every corner of the house.
It mostly starts in a small room, probably separated into tinier sections using bedsheets and covered in bedding, other utensils and shoes.
One corner is dedicated to kitchenware while the other is turned into a fully-functioning bedroom.
That, my friends, is how most lives start - small. And that is where great people are shaped and moulded.
A lady by the name Tracy Simotwo is that kind of a dreamer. The beauty, who lives in a bedsit, already knows how to claim her blessings simply by inviting the life she hopes to live one day.
Her home is small but so well arranged. One corner of the house has a small coffee table decorated with a finely tailored table cloth.
Right beside it is a green mat that bounces the light off the floor and to the white walls.On the extreme end, Tracy has two blue plastic chairs that are perhaps meant for visitors and friends who might visit from time to time.
Then in a large portion of the room is her bed that is well made with pretty sheets.
In a similar story by Briefly.co.za, a local man recently took to Twitter to celebrate moving into a brand-new and beautiful home. The post features pictures of the stunning apartment decorated stylishly by the obviously fashion-forward young man.
Locals loved all the positivity and many of them headed to the comment section to compliment him on his decor and congratulate him, also wishing for the same for themselves.
"To new beginnings in my new home," wrote a clearly elated young Boikhutso in the heartwarming and inspirational Twitter post.
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