“Humble Beginnings”: Woman Shares Photos of Her Home, Receives Support From Netizens

“Humble Beginnings”: Woman Shares Photos of Her Home, Receives Support From Netizens

  • A woman who took pride in her home showed pictures of it on a popular Facebook group
  • The lady mentioned that she was starting her life, which may have explained the emptiness of her home
  • An interior decorator spoke to Briefly News about how the woman can affordably make her house look and feel like home
Black woman shows pictures of the inside of her house.
A woman shared pictures of her home. Images: Mandy Lekhotla
Source: Facebook

Home is where the heart is, and a woman openly shared her heart when she posted pictures of her humble home online.

A woman named Mandy Lekhotla took to the popular Facebook group "Make your bedroom Beautiful with Thembi's Linen" to share pictures of her humble abode.

The three pictures posted on the Facebook group showed different angles of the room she stayed in — the sleeping area, a corner designated for her bags and camping chair, and the area where she kept her mini fridge and TV.

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Mandy captioned her post:

"First time posting. I'm starting my life."

Take a look at the woman's home below:

Woman shows the interior of her home.
Pictures Mandy proudly shared of her home on a popular Facebook group. Image: Mandy Lekhotla
Source: Facebook

Social media users comment on woman's home

The pictures of the woman's humble home brought sincere messages from the online community, with some offering advice to Mandy.

Noxolo Filip showed concern over the TV on the fridge, asking Mandy to hang it on the wall. Noxolo added:

"Try to get a bed. Second-hand if needed. You work so hard trying to make ends meet, and when you rest, you need to rest comfortably. Also, you can get sick sleeping on the floor as winter is coming on hard."

Cndie Mageba shared in the comment section:

"Humble beginnings, but keep your room clean and make up your bed and blankets."

Jimmy Kgaogelo positively stated to Mandy:

"Never look back. You now have an opportunity to build and invest in yourself."

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Being Called LaPorch was proud of the woman and commented:

"I love the fact that you have a roof over your head. You hang in there, slowly but surely."

Interior decorator provides advice on humble home

Kgahlego Rasebotsa, an interior decorator and owner of Interior Bubble, shared with Briefly News how Mandy can make adequate space for herself in her living area:

"I would advise dividing the room. She can use a curtain rail and hang a curtain. In this way, she can separate the bedroom from her living room and even the kitchen."

The interior design company boss also shared how Mandy can affordably make her living area look and feel more like home. Kgahlego says:

"How you treat your walls in your home makes a great difference. She can paint her walls a neutral colour."

Kgahlego also advises Mandy to buy an inexpensive couch and a couple of occasional chairs and put up wall paintings or artificial trees.

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Unemployed woman's home sparks heartfelt reactions

In April, Briefly News reported about a lady who showed off her rental shack on Facebook, also on the group "Make your bedroom beautiful with Thembi's Linen".

21-year-old Paballo Mathole posted pictures of the inside of the shack on social media, expressing her unemployment. People responded positively to her post, flooding the comment section with heartwarming messages.

Source: Briefly News

Authors:
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Jade Rhode (Editor) Jade Rhode is a Human Interest Reporter who joined the Briefly News team in April 2024. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree from Rhodes University, majoring in Journalism and Media Studies (distinction) and Linguistics. Before pursuing her tertiary education, Jade worked as a freelance writer at Vannie Kaap News, telling the tales of the community. After her studies, Jade worked as an editorial intern for BONA Magazine, contributing to both print and online. To get in touch with Jade, please email jade.rhode@briefly.co.za

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