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Hey Everyone!

 Welcome to my blog. My name is Sonia Seivwright and I live in Sunny Aberdeen, Scotland. I am a blogger, Content Creator, an Author and a single parent.

I have always considered writing as one of my strongest strength, and it has been a way to express myself better. I decided to create a Lifestyle blog because I wanted my own space to share an update on life as a single mother. Single parenting is very hard but it is rewarding. There has been a lot of changes in my life since becoming a mother and there is so much more to come.

I will be sharing some topics that are based on my life, fun family-based, personal, motivating and hopefully inspiring. In my world, I always put my daughter first. That means I spend a lot of time bonding with her. I love travelling and try to take a mini-break across the country at least twice a year.

Just so you know, everything I post on the blog is based on my personal experience. I am not an expert or a professional, but I will make it interesting and fun. If there are any topics you want me to talk about, please feel free to send me a message or leave a comment. 

I have so many adventures ahead of me.

So take a seat and enjoy the ride.

 

Talk Soon

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2 Comments

  • Ngozi

    Hi, Nice to meet you. I read something about the NUS and rushed to read your about page to see if you are near me but alas you’re in Scotland lol – I live near London. Anyway nice to e-meet you, and what a compelling story you have.

    • Soniasblog

      Hey Ngozi, it’s nice to meet you too. I was a part of the NUS back when I was in college. I was elected as the Disabled Students Representative at NUS Scotland and the Black Disabled Students Representative at NUS UK. I was only there for 1 year because I under circumstances I couldn’t further my education. However, I had the time of my lives and I miss it. It was an amazing experience to witness both disabled and the black community in power and I was hourned to be part of it. I came out with a boosted confidence and stronger than I was before and walked with my head up high. Are you in a member of the NUS now?

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