How to present Self Introduction?

Self introduction

1) Stay - at- home mom ( housewife)

2) Hold a degree in mathematics 

3) Strong, self motivated and honest 

4) Immediate family 

5) Extended family 

6) It is a close knit family 

7) Or right- knit family 

8) A huge fan of 

9) Put my feet up ( to relax or take a break by sitting down and extending your legs, often in a comfortable or leisurely manner)

10) Take a breather ( to pause and rest for a moment) 

7 -ways to say I hold a degree in

1) Possess a degree

2) Have a degree

3) Hold an academic degree

4) Earned a degree

5) Graduated with a degree

6) Obtained a degree

7) Completed a degree program

A close-knit family is a family that is very close and supportive of each other. Members of a close-knit family typically have strong emotional ties, and they spend a lot of time together. They are also there for each other through thick and thin.

Close-knit families can be of any size or structure. They can be traditional nuclear families with two parents and their children, or they can be extended families with multiple generations living together. They can also be blended families, reconstituted families, or single-parent families.

What matters most is that members of a close-knit family feel loved and supported. They know that they can always count on each other, no matter what.

To "put your feet up" means to relax and take it easy. It is often used to describe taking a break from work or other activities to relax and rest. For example, you might say "I'm going to go home and put my feet up after a long day" or "I'm going to put my feet up and read a book."

"Let's put our feet up and have a chat."