Everyone always has a list of things they would like to change in the new year. My list is enormously long, I guess I have not been that happy with the way things where going and I have been making changes for months. To give you a quick flashback, in 2017 I graduated.

The day after all my boxes went into a minivan and moving to France became a reality. Which has been really complicated, I learned who are my real friends and I love them even more for that, but there is only so much you can do on a phone.

 Ever since I learned how to speak and write in French. Which was the reason, why it didn’t make my immigration process into the easiest part. 2020 will be the 3rd year that I am calling Paris my home and I finally start to feel like it is. I finally started to settle down, found some real friends around the block and got my way into the system.

No longer I feel completely lost and alone within my battle of French logic and administration services. During this time I have not to regret one moment of being here and discovering all these things but along the road, I have lost myself. I lost faith in being good and talented, it felt like I was only pleasing others in order to make some logic of my day.

 At the end of 2019, my beautiful loving man and I made a decision and to finally chase our dreams like the universe wants us to. Since this moment, we met amazing people, we have discovered new opportunities and we finally feel satisfied with the actions we made. It feels like the bushes on my path finally disappeared and there is now a clear road to follow…

 Do you want to help me in my journey, share it as much as you can, tell me your thoughts by liking, and commenting, always feel free to contact. I am ready to be a part of 2020 and what about you? What are your motivations and dreams? What is it that seems hard to let go of in 2019? Or what would you like to have seen differently? Yours sincerely, Wendy

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Wendy Nouse is a female professional artist who is interested in social-political issues that she translates freely in visuals.

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