“I am in love with Montana. For other states I have admiration, respect, recognition, even some affection, but with Montana it is love, and it’s difficult to analyze love when you’re in it.” — John Steinbeck
One. A video on how to deal with passive aggressive co-workers that will be too real for some of us.
Four. I wholeheartedly endorse this $40(!) bucket bag in both the blush and cognac. It perfectly blends relaxed and chic.
Five. The Wages of Being a Woman at Work.
Seven. And I thought I was the last person who puts two spaces after a period.
Nine. How to deliver constructive feedback (this was surprisingly good advice).
Ten. Thinking about buying this lipstick red business suit and changing out the buttons. Thoughts?
Eleven. I Spent $17k Freezing My Eggs and I Regret Every Penny.
Session may end as early as tomorrow. My time in Montana is coming to a close and I am alternately wistful and devastated. I was walking through the halls last week, at a speed just shy of dead run to coordinate some strategy on a bill, and as I was breezing through the cloakroom, all I could think was, “God, I love this s**t.”
It may have only been for five months. But it was a great five months. Even if I spent almost 50 days of it sick, and only got out from under the snow yesterday. It was a great five months.