Woman Shows Humble Beginnings in Tiny Room, Mzansi Applauds Her: "Very Impressive"

Woman Shows Humble Beginnings in Tiny Room, Mzansi Applauds Her: "Very Impressive"

  • A woman took to Facebook and shared pictures of her one room without fancy furniture
  • The lady is starting a life and hopes to have her living space filled with every decoration
  • The online community reacted to her photos, with many feeling inspired and applauding her
  • Briefly News spoke to homeownership advisor, Andrea Carr who gave her thoughts on starting with a room with no furniture
A lady took to Facebook and shared pictures of her one-room that she recently moved to.
A woman shared how her one-room currently looks as she starts her independence journey.
Source: Facebook

One woman took to her Facebook account and shared her humble beginnings in a one-room.

Sthembile Sithole Nkosi posted pictures of the room on the Facebook group called Make Your Bedroom Beautiful with Thembi's Linen. Her living space has a wardrobe, a small kitchen cupboard, a two-banner stove, a suitcase and a mattress.

It is clear that the space is of someone who is still trying to be independent. However, what netizens loved was the neatness. Usually, one-rooms tend to be cluttered, but the woman made hers look lovely.

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Her story comes when many people are making decisions about their independence. Some have moved from renting flats to owning a shack and making it homely, allowing them to save money and live comfortably at the same time.

Woman shares humble beginnings

See the inspiring Facebook photos below:

A woman shared her humble beginnings on Facebook.
The lady's room has a mattress and a cupboard. Image: @Sthembile Sithole Nkosi
Source: Facebook
A woman shared what her one-room looks like as a woman trying to make it in life.
Another part of her room has a small cupboard, stove and essentials. Image: Sthembile Sithole Nkosi
Source: Facebook

Briefly News speaks to homeownership advisor, Andrea Carr

Andrea Carr, homeownership advisor shared her thoughts with Briefly News about what is financially more profitable between starting with the small room with no furniture and waiting a bit more, collecting more money, and buying a better home/apartment.

She said that given the country's high interest rates, it is expensive to live on credit.

"Everyone’s situation is different of course - but the advice I’d give individuals is to live within one's means, and where possible, good and responsible credit / financial behaviour will have one saving to buy items for their home as opposed to getting them immediately and paying for them on credit (which will cost them more in the long run)"

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Social media users adored the lady's humble journey

Facebook users didn't shy away from applauding the woman's humble beginnings. Some were inspired.

@Phakanyisiwe Beauty Mthethwa stanned:

"Very impressive!"

@Lucille Dandala adored:

"I love it! Stay blessed, "

@Marvellous Charlie shared words of encouragement:

"It's better than nothing, dear. Don't worry u will get there."

@Sarah Masango loved:

"Very nice and clean."

@Shirley Sepaela felt inspired:

"Indeed❤️❤️❤️God be with you."

@Mapula Mathapo observed:

"Clean and simple. Peace of mind here."

Woman shares one-room furnishing journey

In another story, Briefly News reported about a woman from Gauteng who shared her furnishing journey.

Nolilie Lila from Johannesburg shared photos of her house on the Facebook group called Make Your Bedroom Beautiful with Thembi's Linen. Her posts captured the attention and admiration of netizens with her inspiring home makeover journey. With limited resources, she set out to transform her house into a cosy home, one step at a time.

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Source: Briefly News

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