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I am: inspired.

As my favorite adolescent fictitious character Josie Grosie from the ever life changing, forever in my tender 16 year old heart film Never Been Kissed once said "In order to write well, one must write what they know.' Genius Josie, purely...Anyhow, what I know is that I have wanted to be a writer for as long as I remember. My best friend Andrea knew at five she was meant to be in medicine, I knew by age 9 I was going to be a writer.

As I got older I found myself infatuated with the evolution of a writer. I took classes in high school and college to enhance the skills I admired already and desired more strength in as well. I focused on everything from the professional and technical sides of writing to the fun and free creative side. I was an editorial intern in college, which also became my first freelance and current opportunity as a professional; I worked with another magazine and absolutely learned a ton.

Taking my passion this far, I am ready to learn even more and contribute my voice to the world in a new way. My aim is to be as encouraging as some of the truly talented bloggers I follow. There are some amazing writers contributing through the purpose of blogging. These individuals are setting the bar high for quality blogs and they motivate me every day to seek out my joys that surround in everyday life.

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