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"You are not a failure if you do not give up". That is Chayada's favorite saying and motto in life. This is because life is an ongoing struggle and all we can do is keep on going with it.
Personally and professionally she likes to set herself goals and keep on trying every day.
Chayada, a female, is from Thailand.She was born and brought up in Banglan in Nakhon Pathom, which is in central Thailand, approximately 58 kilometers away from the capital Bangkok.
However, she is from a more rural area, with parents who are both farmers, have a decent sized chunk of land that grows mangos, and also has enough space for rice cultivation.
Her parents are her inspiration in life, as they have both worked so hard, so she wants to try and make them proud. This was primarily one of the reasons she wanted to study Engineering at University level, to show them what she could do if she put her mind to it!
However, in order to take up her place at the Rajamangala Institute of Technology she had to leave her beautiful countryside home to travel to Bangkok, which was a challenge. Further to her first degree she then did a post graduate qualification in Business and obtained an MBA at a different institution, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University.
This helped her when working in her previous occupation as an internet marketer, but she decided that she was at a time in her life when she really wanted to stop working for others and become independent in business so she can work for herself.
Her first love, the written word, was what she decided to concentrate her mind on.
Day to day, she wrote and published articles as ebooks, amongst other things, on many topics. The various topics she has covered are cookery, relationship help and advice, and a lot of Literature annotations, including one on her favorite author, Charles Dickens.
Her first love, though, will always be creative fiction writing, with a preference for romantic fiction. As Charles Dickens said himself, "a loving heart is the truest wisdom".
In the future she would very much like to get married and have children, but at the moment it is not quite the right time for her. She needs to find and meet the right person, which has eluded her so far.
Just for now, she is content to share her life with her two beautiful cats, Dum and Thong. She would also like to pursue her creative endeavors, such as a romance story called "The King's Love Never Dies".
Writing for her is very personal and is worth dedicating some serious time to. Charles Dickens once said, "An idea, like a ghost, must be spoken to a little before it will explain itself". She would agree with this, the idea is the first starting point of any piece, but then there is a lot of hard work on the way to perfect it.