Paper Wishes

Paper Wishes
WISH.  LIST.  ACTION.

Coming upon the end of the year, I always get excited to hammer out my new goals, outlines, and routines. I also love compiling wishlists, even if they are impractical, useless, and just for fun. Lists are a way of life for me since they keep my thoughts organized and my life in order. Most days are very chaotic around my house, which I’m sure most individuals can relate to even if our lifestyles differ. Wishlists not only allow me to dream and admire, but they also motivate me to move forward with my various projects and work. Not all wishlists are materialistic, and more often then not, I would love to have things that I myself just can’t understand or relate to (dyslexics’ learning style). This wishlist is a glimpse at some of my possible directions and/or dreams moving forward… Paperwaif

Published by Aryn Lane

Aryn Lane is the creator of Paperwaif, a shelf featuring contemporary novels, digital publications, and style ideas. As a child, she ran around the family farm and was given the opportunity to work at a young age, offering her plenty of sunshine and inspiration. Always one to stay busy, she's always tackling new projects and trying to figure out how to move forward while prioritizing the daily chaos. Combining her ideas and passions, she dove into fashion design and enjoyed designing collections for her paper muses, but quickly realized that she prefers the quieter environments and country aesthetics. Honing her skills from college, she has actively pursued writing and digital designs while continuing to admire the evolving industries. Paperwaif has offered her a place where she is able to combine her favorite pastimes like digital designs and whimsical stories, pressing them into one setting that can be shared with an audience.

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