"My New Year resolutions include being more forward-thinking
and active about my dreams of working as an editor in a publishing company or as
a part of the editorial staff for a fashion magazine. As such, I'm going to make
an effort to buy less frivolous party clothes for frat parties and attempt to
purchase more items that I will more likely be wearing after college." - 1/3/10
There was also something about updating with Forever 21 outfits but that seemed a little silly.
I feel as though I succeeded in that resolution, seeing as I now have (so many) more neutrals in my wardrobe and I achieved in getting an office editorial internship in NYC for Joonbug and snagged a contributing writing position with CollegeFashion last minute before the year ended.
Resolutions for 2011 seem simpler, since college life is coming to an end.
-Graduate Roanoke College
-Get a job (in editorial? Media? Advertising even??)
-Avoid gaining weight
-Become an absolute master of Photoshop/any image warping program
I feel like those aren't asking too much, but the economy, I'm sure, will prove otherwise.
-Try one of those Fashion Challenges.
-Make the most of any vacation, no matter how brief it is or how desolate the destination may be.
-Learn to knit a legitimate sweater.
That's all I got for now. Here's an old picture of my cat who - in every literal sense - provides more fascinating conversation than my bulldog.
I suppose you wouldn't believe me if you've never heard the innumerable sassy tones of "meow" that can mean exasperation, impatience, or half-hearted approval (among other things).