Junior in Integrated Sciences from Rwanda
I am from Rwanda and I belong to a family of nine people. Two parents and 6 siblings. I am passionate about impacting the lives of people around me. In the future I am open to any career that involves working with people especially vulnerable communities to make their lives better.
I have become a Well-being Ambassador because it is a perfect opportunity for me to start impacting the lives of others. It allows me to share tips of well-being which brings me a sense of fulfillment because it is something I love. Being a Well-being Ambassador teaches me different ways to improve other people's well-being, simply using the resources at hand. It teaches me that the world does not need a lot of resources to bring change into people's lives but simply a heart that is willing to help.
Well-being is important because it allows us to live to our full potential. It is when one is in good health that their talents are fully and efficiently harnessed. Well-being brings joy and happiness into people's lives and there is no better place like a place around happy people.
My favorite self-care regimen is eating healthy food (lots of vegetables and drinking enough water), getting enough sleep, hanging around people and finally setting daily goals and making sure I achieve them all.