Impossible Things (for 2016) Part i

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Okay, I know what you’re thinking.  My resolution blog isn’t happening until the middle of January.  The way I see it, there’s a greater incentive to keep going if I make resolutions and wait to write about their progress until others are giving up on theirs.
…and blogging more is just one of them.  As I settle into being a 20-something, I felt it was time to make New Year’s resolutions a bit more meaningful

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Aspiring writer and fashion editor, fondly looking to the past to find answers for the future. Advocate for the unconventional, seeker of adventure. Spokesperson for authentic femininity and supporter of Oscar Wilde’s aesthetic movement. Ballerina, violinist, traveller, storyteller, hopeful sommelier. Masculinist. Aesthete.

I left my heart in the 17th arrondissement of Paris, France.

Can usually be found pointing out that the emperor has no clothes on, escaping angry mobs, and making a mean chicken piccata. Indigenous to cafes, New Jersey diners, and antique stores everywhere. Working part time at a combination of all three, somewhere in Kansas. These are the musings of a modern-day nonconformist.

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