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Screen shot 2013-04-11 at 6.07.40 PMI always knew my life would be a failure if I didn’t get my own E! True Hollywood Story. However, being slightly above average at nearly everything doesn’t get you discovered in a bank like Charlize Theron. The highlight of my acting career was getting a callback to play Brigitta in a theater production of The Sound of Music. The height of my music career was a karaoke rendition of “There’s Your Trouble” by the Dixie Chicks. I am not, and never will be, tall, skinny, or funky looking enough to model. Upon my 20th birthday I finally realized I missed my opportunity to become a Disney Channel star. I was the girl who received B’s in 4th grade, killing my Harvard dreams before I had even left the playground. Kate Middleton wed Prince William before I had the chance to go to Europe and do so myself; therefore any remaining hope I had of becoming a princess is now gone. The easy way “in” was a boat I completely missed, so about two years ago I started this blog.  I mostly write about guys and clothes, but occasionally I switch it up. I’m currently in the process of writing a book, we’ll see how that goes.

Love, Mackenzie.

If you need to contact me for any reason: mackenzie.newcomb@yahoo.com

11 comments

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  2. Hi Mackenzie,

    You have a neat blog. I just looked through it after reading your 2014 resolution article, and I think you bring up things that more people should think more about. However, I was disappointed by something I read in your introduction: “I am not, and never will be, tall, skinny, or funky looking enough to model.”
    As a twenty-something overwhelmed by filtered, social media images (in addition to the media at large) that portray perfection, it’s disheartening when I see someone who has a voice, like you, encouraging that notion that being tall and skinny is associated with being attractive and vogue. Furthermore, you’re not fat. You’re a gorgeous young woman, who obviously has a passion for life. Let your sense of self be a positive example for others rather than one more endorsement of the idea that size 0 is beauty. Health – mentally, physically, emotionally – is beauty. I wish you the best in your future endeavors.

    Best,
    RP

  3. Love your blog! You are so hilarious and you tell it like it is! You go girl! I am 17 years old and also have a blog, and found yours through the TP Blogger Awards! Love what you’re doing!

  4. This is blog is wonderful. Esp loved your piece on the 30 #whitegirlproblems of the past. You’re capturing this generation way better than t.swift

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