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“Passion, empathy for humanity, help me as a nurse”: Mylifeassugar content creator

  • During the 2020 lockdown, US-based Nigerian nurse Olubukola Akinpelu also known as Mylifeassugar came up with ideas to help young nurses and aspiring nurses.
  • She started with educational tips and strategies on creating the content nursing students need to succeed.
  • The nurse coach shares with Legit.ng how she coaches people through her social media handle to become a great nurse

Olubukola Akinpelu, also known as Mylifeassugar, is an American-based nurse, nursing coach and content creator.

She is a content creator with a difference; Mylifeassugar helps nursing students succeed by providing them with the guidance and strategies they need to be successful on their journey to becoming a nurse.

She shared with Legit.ng his foray into content creation that began during the 2020 lockdown.

“My passion and empathy for humanity helps me as a nurse”: Content Creator Mylifeassugar. Photo: Mylifeassugar
Source: Instagram

How it all began

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“During the COVID-19 lockdown, I started creating healthcare content that was primarily nursing focused. I started because people, especially nursing students, needed it. I went to nursing school and knew how hard learning in the classroom was, not to mention having to learn online during lockdown, I started doing this to help students in nursing, future nursing students and new nursing graduates just to help them navigate the world of nursing I would say this has been the most rewarding thing I have ever done because it has grown into something bigger than I ever imagined, attracting over 500,000 followers on my social media platforms. I’m proud of myself.”

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Sharing her advice for success as a nurse, the YouTuber said empathy for humanity and passion helped.

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“What has helped me succeed as a nurse is my passion and empathy for humanity. I have mentored people through my social media platforms so far, I have a certain number of nurses who ask me for mentorship”.

Explaining how she came to be on behalf of Mylifeassugar, she said:

“I came to the brand name Mylifeassugar from my nickname Sugar. Everyone around me calls me Sugar, so when I was about to name my content creation, I decided to give a name that revolves around my life.”

Sugar said she was happy to build a community of people eager to see her content.

“I would say that I haven’t reached the pinnacle of my career yet. However, I have built a strong community of people who look forward to new content from me every other day. My community also looks up to me to help them through nursing school and their nursing career in general”.

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Skitmaker JayOnAir shares how he got into content creation

Legit.ng Earlier reported that budding skit maker JayOnAir revealed that while creating his content seems like an effortless endeavor for him lately, it hasn’t just happened for him.

He revealed that in 2020 when the world was in the throes of the COVID-19 pandemic, he was among the thousands of young Nigerians who were forced out of their jobs and confined within the four walls of their homes.

Naturally, the overwhelming nature of the events at the time quickly paralyzed the young man in a disturbing place that threatened his happiness.

“I was bored. I was depressed. I was unemployed. I just needed something to keep me happy,” he recounts.

Source: Legit.ng