DON'T judge the book by its covers, judge the film by its online reviews and judge me by my choices, my images and everything I do, without first knowing the reasons! There's always a reason behind everything I do.
I might not seem all right in my head (which I'm not going to argue about) lol 😆🙈😂 but I have actually got brains, some talents and skills. I laugh a lot, joke a lot and am sarcastic a lot, because I want to bring joy to people. Another reason is because I have been independent since the age of 15, so I've always been miserable and stressed a lot in the past. Not anymore! ☝
A little bit of my background, for those who DON'T know me. I have achieved most of my short term goals so far over the past 5 years. My long term goal career wise is, I want to become a successful lawyer (you're laughing about this now, right?).
Why is that? Because I want to follow my family footpath. I come from a strict and old fashioned family, especially on my Dad's side. I have been influenced by my family because almost all of my family members are working for the government and serve the country.
Starting with my granddad, he was head principle of one of the local government schools. My oldest uncle is a retired First Lieutenant (1LT) in the Royal Thai Army. The next oldest uncle is a Major (MAJ) in the Royal Thai Army. My youngest uncle is a Municipal Clerk who governs a town in Thailand for a government organisation. My father was also involved in the Sub-district Administrative Organisation (SAO) in the district where I lived and was born in Thailand.
I have been taught by my family to believe in peace and justice and this is the reason that has inspired me to study Law at University. I want to work in a law firm first when I graduate with my bachelor degree. Once I've achieved that, I'll continue with a master degree and follow my dream. It is a shame that my granddad passed away before seeing how far I have come.
My mum is a dressmaker and she is very good at fashion designing. Her dream was to have her own brand and clothing line, but she didn't have the financial ability to do this. So she dedicated herself to us and gave up her dream and became an independent hard working mum to raise us three – me, my sister and my brother.
This is one of the reasons why I'm into fashion and modelling. I will shortly be introducing my own clothing line imported from Asia, which I have been working on registering quietly over the past few months, as I don't want it to go wrong. Now it is all done and I am only waiting to get the first 10 collections finished and sent over from the factory and I'll be ready to go. I'm expecting my collections to be launched in January 2016 or April at the latest. This is also to make my Mum's dream become reality and make her proud.
Another two things that I'm currently into and working on are health and fitness coaching, and a superbike club. No matter how far I go or what I become in future (as stated above), I'll still be doing these alongside everything I do, because I have so much passion for them, especially motorcycles. Motorcycling is in my DNA and is a "Dangerous Addiction", that's the best way to describe it. When I first informed my families in Thailand, Spain and my best friends in the UK, that I was getting a superbike, the reaction I got was, "Knowing that you're getting a superbike is worrying enough, and you're going to get yourself into racing!"
– I know and I understand it's because they care, but this has always been my dream since I was a little girl and now I have the opportunity to do so, I have come too far to stop the journey. I'm going to learn, train hard and gain experience for a couple of years in order to race. Hopefully I'll be fully qualified and ready for the motorcycle track day or the actual race the year after next.
Lastly, I am going to continue pursuing all my dreams and make them all come true. I want to make my family and my British parents proud of me.
Thank so much for reading. Please follow my journey. 🙏😊