9+ quotes from Paparazzi Princess by Jen Calonita

Quotes from Paparazzi Princess

Jen Calonita ·  0 pages

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“Whatever happens next, I'm sure it's going to be a great adventure.”
― Jen Calonita, quote from Paparazzi Princess


“You're supposed to raise your friends up, not be happy when they fail.”
― Jen Calonita, quote from Paparazzi Princess


“At the end, you find the beginning.”
― Jen Calonita, quote from Paparazzi Princess


“I'm a teenager, and we mess up sometimes.”
― Jen Calonita, quote from Paparazzi Princess


“Sometimes you have to control your own life and to do that you have to put your own needs first.”
― Jen Calonita, quote from Paparazzi Princess


“You need to take control of your own destiny.”
― Jen Calonita, quote from Paparazzi Princess


“Being discreet has never been your strong suit.”
― Jen Calonita, quote from Paparazzi Princess


“Change happens whether you want it to or not. And sometimes, like now, it's for the best.”
― Jen Calonita, quote from Paparazzi Princess


“You never know what you'll find out about yourself when you stretch outside your comfort zone.”
― Jen Calonita, quote from Paparazzi Princess


About the author

Jen Calonita
Born place: in The United States
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