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Vanessa Paredes

Vanessa Paredes, Contributor

Vanessa Paredes is a SBHS freshman, who took journalism because she thought it sounded interesting, and she wanted to improve her writing skills. She grew up in Venezuela, moved around a few times, then finally ended up in the United States.

" Moving to the United States affected me because I left my friends and family in Venezuela, and coming here was a big challenge, but I got through it."

Favorites? She has many. Movie "The Kissing Booth", Netflix show "13 Reasons Why", book "The Babysitters Club" series. Food fried chicken with french fries. Her hobbies include dancing, exercise, hanging out with friends and family, traveling, and going to the movies.

"It's fun to spend time with friends and my family."

Speaking of people that are close to her, her family members call her Vane, and her friends call her Nessa. The hardest thing about online school for Parades is not having a teacher by you, and the difficulty of finding assignments. Like most teenagers these days, Paredes suffers from a little bit of anxiety - she doesn't like talking to people in public places, and she gets a little depressed sometimes. She doesn't like to show it.

 

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Crayon Love

Crayon Love

January 25, 2021
 The first step that you want to do is to take everything out of your closet . This step is going to make you realize how many clothes you really have and you will want to start with the editing, but don’t give up yet keep going.

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December 1, 2020
 In the last part of this process, I was really pleased with the result of my closet .I also hope you guys end up pleased with all these tips and hacks that I provided to you. I also want to say that some of this information came from the series of Netflix : “Tidying up with Marie Kondo” and “Get organized with the home edit.”

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December 1, 2020
In this last picture, I was done with sorting my clothes that I was keeping, selling and or donating. As you could see in this picture I took the shoes of the boxes but I then realized that I wasn’t going to have growing space (which is space for new stuff) . As I mentioned earlier this took me a couple of tries to get it the way I wanted.

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December 1, 2020
The third step is to put your clothes back in the closet . This might take a few tries because you want your closet to look good so you can easily find your clothes. I recommend you to have the hangers of your closet all the same color, because it would look more put together. However this tip is totally optional. Another tip is to hang all the hangers in one direction only and to put your clothes in one direction only( this would also make your closet more put together) , and to purchase clear bans to store clothes or any extra stuff you might have on your closet. As you see in this picture the hangers and all the clothes are all facing to the left and it makes it look more put together.

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December 1, 2020
The second step is to start with the editing. This is the part when you making piles such as keeping piles , donating piles, and selling piles and when you are making these piles make sure you thank your clothes before sending them into a new place, this is going to really make a difference. You can even start separating the clothes into the rainbow colors which are Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue and Violet, so it would be easier to put back on your closet. Of course you can add change to the colors. If you have a lot of clothes don’t get overwhelmed, focus on the things you are keeping and how you are going to organize it.

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December 1, 2020
If you are still having second thoughts on this, then get a friend or a family member to cheer you up or to help you work through anxiety.

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December 1, 2020
The thought of editing might be overwhelming, but trust the process. You will be super satisfied at the end of this.

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December 1, 2020
 If your closet has gotten smaller or bigger it is most likely the boredom of quarantine. Some Americans buy sixty eight items of clothing a year but eighty percent are never worn. If your closet gives you anxiety or freaks you out, this might be a sign that your closet might need to be re-organize and edited (throw away things that you might not need or use anymore) and make your closet beautiful again.

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December 1, 2020
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