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As the tenth of eleven children, I always found it easy to blend in with a crowd, and rather difficult to try to stand out. That is, until I discovered my passions: music, art, and literature. Expressing myself was always most effective through these mediums, and I have found great success and happiness in them.
With a desire to play and share music, I have learned to play several instruments, including the piano, flute, piccolo, voice, and am currently developing the skills necessary to master the ukulele.
I was never the greatest artist while growing up, but I found a love for design and pairing colors with patterns to make something amazing. Though I have a rather small personal portfolio, I enjoy drawing and designing things for myself, pulling images from my imagination and transforming them into a physical reality.
One can never find me without a book in my hands or within an arm’s reach. From a young age, I developed a sense of wonder about the vast real and imaginary possibilities around me. I craved the ability to transport myself to different eras and worlds, and was most comfortable when curled up in a fuzzy blanket with my nose plastered to the inky pages of whichever novel I was then embarking into the unknown with.
This love of expressing my uncontrollable imagination through words, design, and music has led me to the career path I am currently preparing for. As an avid reader and a lover of new ideas, I am gaining the skills necessary to become an editor and publisher. I want to be able to spread new and unique ideas and stories to the world, and I have a great passion for opening the minds of others to the creative, colorful things in life.
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How many friends do you have? What characteristics do you find in common with each of them? Maybe you have a bunch of friends who dress a lot like you, or participated in the same kind of activities with you in high school or college. You may be surprised at how similar you are to …
We’ve all done it. Because we are always on our phones or laptops browsing through social media, we are always seeing others’ lives, and, consequently, we are involuntarily comparing ourselves to those around us. Platforms like Facebook and Instagram allow users to post photographs and small textual updates, and often these posts offer only a …
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