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Heya,

My names Alllanah and i have recently decided to take up learning BSL due to needing not only a different career path but life path.

I went to college for 3 years studying Art and Design but realized this isn't where i wanted to be in the real world as its very difficult to get into, extremely competitive.

 I work in retail and would really like to change my life around and have a purpose to get out of bed in the morning. To help someone during this short stay, we call life. My Auntie was the one to get my mum and myself into this as this is her job, the lady she helps is actually both deaf and blind. Meeting this lady made me realize how grateful i should be for what i have been lucky enough to be born with and so i am taking a massive leap, fingers crossed i don't get to distracted and good luck to everyone on here trying to do the same thing. 

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