I Cry A Lot, Being An Adult Is Hard Work – Mocheddah

>>> Nigerian Artiste and Fashion Designer Mocheddah reveals that she cries a lot.

>>> She confesses that “adulting” and entrepreneurship are hard work.

Mochedah on a picture she put up on Instagram confessed that she had cried and wiped her tears just before taking the picture.

The entrepreneur confessed that it’s hard; adulting and entrepreneurship and we shouldn’t be deceived by her Instagram slay pictures.

She advised to take green tea too, says it helps.

See her post below:

This is me —

“After a goooood cry 😂, I had to wipe my tears, drink tea, get on the phone and get work done .

“40% of my time is spent on the phone talking , I do not wish it so but it is , I’m either talking to staff , a supplier or trying to get logistic companies to “do their job “on time because customers need their orders 

“Another 40% is spent on the field, in the sun buying materials I would need or on an okada trying to meet up with a delivery, ( I’ll post the picture soon )
The last 20% is what I have left for myself, family and other businesses I run … .

“It is HARD , I cry , I cry a lot 😂😂😂.. .that’s the only way you can survive as a Nigerian business owner … .

“Do not let my Instagram slay pictures deceive you , being an ADULT is HARD work, being an entrepreneur is even HARDER .. .

“If you must chop you must work
On the brighter side God rewards hard work … so you will always reap what you have sewn .. I’m writing this to let someone out there know it’s hard for me too … but we will survive .. PS- try drinking green tea – it makes it easier ❤️”

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This is me — After a goooood cry 😂, I had to wipe my tears , drink tea , get on the phone and get work done . 40% of my time is spent on the phone talking , I do not wish it so but it is , I’m either talking to staff , a supplier or trying to get logistic companies to “do their job “on time because customers need their orders .. . . Another 40% is spent on the field , in the sun buying materials I would need or on an okada trying to meet up with a delivery, ( I’ll post the picture soon ) The last 20% is what I have left for myself , family and other businesses I run … . . .It is HARD , I cry , I cry a lot 😂😂😂.. . . that’s the only way you can survive as a Nigerian business owner … . . Do not let my Instagram slay pictures deceive you , being an ADULT is HARD work, being an entrepreneur is even HARDER .. . . If you must chop you must work On the brighter side God rewards hard work … so you will always reap what you have sewn .. I’m writing this to let someone out there know it’s hard for me too … but we will survive .. PS- try drinking green tea – it makes it easier ❤️

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The  Fashion designer and entrepreneur launched a mental health project last year – JustBeBraveNg.

She opened up about her diagnosis of clinical depression for 7 years and her struggles.

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