Since childhood, Helena loved to rearrange furniture in her room and built apartment layouts out of cubes. But she had never heard of the profession of a designer. Helena learned about this profession only at the institute.
After graduating from the institute, Helena went to work in her specialty, simultaneously studying the layout of new buildings (dreaming of changing her apartment to a large one and thinking over the design). Working as a financial manager didn’t bring her pleasure, she dreamed of a life's work that would ignite her.
Helena was looking for training options in interior design, but it all came down to the need, in her opinion, to re-enter the university, because basic knowledge and theory of styles could still be independently studied in free sources on the Internet, but where to master everything else was not clear. The university was also not suitable because there was a small child, there was no one to leave him for, my husband could not help either — he worked from morning until late at night.
But one day Helena came across an advertisement for Masha Black's school of design, listened to a free online seminar. This was the starting point — Helena realized that she wanted to enroll in Masha's School and change her life today and not a day later. The difficulty was in two points to allocate the necessary amount for training and find time to study, given that the child was then only 2 years old.