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Below you will find the complete collection of atypicalnarrative blog posts. Click on the image to be taken to its respective post. And if it doesn’t take you to a post, well, it looks like you may have stumbled into a sneak preak of the blog’s future content…

running-adventures tv-recommendations my-recent-struggles-with-weight british-crime-dramas-recs marchs-diary-doodles read-six-of-crows Disney-Doodle-Challenge Let's talk about cute machines The Stenning Wedding experienceDecember's diary doodlesInstagram InspirationsThe Stenning wedding ceremonyA Celebration of MadLet's Catch Up What I want you to know about TashaA(n unusual) letter to my old dog.Behold my cringe! It's not considered failing when you decide an Instagram challenge is no longer for you. My 30 before 30 list summer OOTD thoughts and illustrations. Introducing my favorite trees in fiction. In which I ruin my friendships by illustrating everyone with big eyebrows. There are only three modes of treadmilling as far as I'm concerned...Three television series set in high school that you should watch. It's my birthday and I'm going in the closet (because that's where the presents are, duh).The struggles of identifying as my hobby. Motivation, that elusive beast... until you find a friend at least.Uprooted by Naomi Novik Have I found my art style yet?Watch out, this plant noob has started growing a succulent army. When your future mother-in-law uses your toothbrush to clean the bird cage.Fantastic beasts, boys, and magic... it doesn't take much to win me over. Realizing the other person isn't the size of your laptop when meeting in real life.Is my dog a bitch or is she just deaf? Oh fishman, you blow my mind.Five reasons you should read The Illuminae Files by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff I'm creating again, reasons be damnedI'm a creeper who takes 800 photos of my dogs sleeping Learning to accept and laugh at my hairiness. Welcome to atypicalnarrative, my entry back into the blogging world

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