Don’t focus on relationships –Anerlisa Muigai’s advice to Youth after Baecation with Ben Paul

A piece of advise from Ms Muigai

Anerlisa Muigai with Ben Pol

Keroche Heiress Anerlisa Muigai has offered youths a piece of advice hours after landing in the country from a baecation with her Tanzanian Boyfriend Ben Pol.

Ms Muigai who will be turning 31, advised young people not to focus on relationships and social media, but instead they should channel their energy towards education and building a career.

She added that, youth should not pay attention to negativity and people who think they know them better.

“In exactly 3 days ill be turning 31 years which to be honest I have to say is a blessing. I remember when I was little younger I used to think 31 years was very old. Only regret I had in my 20s is that I cared alot about what other people said about me. My advice to the young people in their early 20s, is to concentrate more on you and what makes you better. Don't focus alot on relationships, social media and getting certain things quickly. Focus on your education and the career you want to take after university. I have grown up with so much pressure to be a certain person that people expect and I realized that was only damaging me.” Wrote Anerlisa.

“If you focus on you, your goals and dreams will definitely be achieved. Don't also pay too much attention to people who think they know your life more than you do and want to plan for you your life. People will judge you no matter the age, that is guaranteed to always be there. Looking forward to turning 31 years. I have become more wiser and my focus right now is my business and make people around me happy and better.” Shared Anerlisa.

Cowards

Earlier on Anerlisa stated that in most cases people who hate on you are always cowards who can’t even face you in person.

“Funny thing is none of your haters would face you, infact when they see you they bow down or act like fans. You should know that haters are cowards and insecure people who put others down to raise themselves up. Sometimes they might not even hate you, they hate themselves and take it out on you”said Ms Muigai.

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