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5 questions with guest interview

Hi my name is Leah I'm from a small town in East Yorkshire. My blog is called Leah Diana and I talk about Fashion, Beauty and Lifestyle. I created my blog to get away from life in May 2020 and have fallen back in love with it. I want to thank Monique for letting me collaborate on this post.

1. What's a childhood dream of yours that came true? How was the experience? 

My childhood dream was to become a baker and I'm so happy to say that has come true, kind of. At college I currently study Patisserie level 3 and last year I passed my Patisserie and Confectionery level 2 so I'm technically a qualified Patisserie chef and so close to achieving my goal. The experience of this has been amazing, I'm so lucky that I get to achieve my childhood dream so fast.

2. When was the first time you risked and what were you risking for? 

The first time I risked anything was choosing to go to college instead of sixth form, all my friends went to sixth form and I was the only one who branched out. It was risky for me because I thought that I wouldn't be able to do it, I thought I wouldn't be able to make any new friends or that I simply wouldn't be able to do the course, but It was the best decision I ever made.

3. What's the most important lesson you learned in 2020 the hard way? 

Trust no one was the lesson I learned in 2020. You think you know people then they do something behind your back and you start to think who else would go behind you back to hurt you. The person who hurt me I thought was my friend but she didn't care about me one bit, instead of telling me what she did she let someone else tell me and didn't even apologize nor talk to me after the news came out. That's when I decided to trust no one ever again.

4. How do you think your enemies paint you as? How different is it to how you describe yourself? 

I think my enemies would paint me as bitchy, and I agree. Ever since I went to a new place on my own I have found this new found confidence and it's made me feel so much better but I would rather be bitchy and confident then shy and quiet.

5.  When making decisions, do you prioritize the short-term or long-term consequences?  

When making a decision I prioritize the long-consequences, I will always take my time thinking about the consequences. I always like to be prepared for the worst case scenario which is probably why I don't take risks which is one of my biggest regrets. 
Thank you so much for having me here

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