I did not believe I would gain so much! The personal development… initially, I was sceptical but so proud to see my progress over the short duration in the first semester. The empowerment is insane. I feel confident to educate, advise and support children and parents/adults on nutrition and fitness through play themed gardening events based on sustainable living practices and organic living to tackle chronic illnesses. Women’s welfare and succession are all new areas I am exploring.
What I learned during CWELL:
> Social and personal responsibility, Networking, IT skills, Confidence, Politics, Intergenerational learning through an array of topics related to, but not limited to, health & fitness, social dynamics, political impacts, and support services alike.