I don’t usually re-brand myself, but when I do…

Lady In Red: This was me before I knew the harsh reality of student loans and the beauty of a good mascara.
Lady In Red: This was me before I knew the harsh reality of student loans and the beauty of a good mascara…

Every ending is a new beginning, of that I am sure. And while I sit on my few weeks of involuntary vacation following my last professional experience, I am pondering what’s next for me.

Okay, that was a little melodramatic. But seriously, what’s next?! If you’ve been following me for a while you already know that in the past year I’ve been in and out of the city, local politics and about a bajillion coffee cups. Life as twenty-something young professional is not as glamorous as I would have thought but I’ll be darned if I don’t make it look that way…

When I get really into Instagram...and what I'm wearing.
When I get really into Instagram…and what I’m wearing.

If you were a fan of COSMOpolitique or Little Black Blog BOSTON, I can assure you that it only gets better. With all the people I’ve met, things I’ve done and places I’ve been in the past year, I am drawing inspiration from more experiences than ever before. (Thus the re-brand.) My affinity for sophistication and city life has never wavered so if you have any ideas of events I should be taking in, issues I should be aware of or people I should meet, please reach out to me at nessesscity@gmail.com

Here it is, a photographic, social media-focused journal of what’s it like to be me,; a professional city girl, looking for love, adventure (or a job) and killer deal on stilettos.

I love my team.
Suburban recluse by day, city girl by night…

Want more of my Lena Dunham-style quips? Stay tuned and keep in touch!

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xo, Vanessa

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Vanessa M. Gatlin

-Blogger, dancer, fashionista -Self proclaimed "political junkie" with a strong interest in international affairs -2011 graduate of Emmanuel College in Boston

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