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The Weekly Edit: Sleepless in Self-Quarantine

Yesterday, I had a plan.  I was going to get up for work, put on one of my favorite dresses, and bring a little style to an otherwise mundane work-from-home day.  But it didn’t happen, because I never went to bed the night before. Around 10:00PM, I got a call from one of my candidates.  Something had happened, and we needed to be prepared to …

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The Weekly Edit: Schrodinger’s Virus

Last Tuesday, I was suddenly struck by a high fever and a sore throat.  The next day the cough was dry, but mild, and my chest felt like someone dropped a brick on it.  I was trying to assess my symptoms free from panic but, with the 24-hour news coverage laser-focused on coronavirus, it was hard to keep the little voice in my head from overreacting.

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The Weekly Edit: Here Comes the Sun

Winters in Montana are cold, and they are long.  They could start in August and finish in April, and then throw in a June snowstorm just to remind you who’s really in charge.  But the wonderful thing about Southwestern Montana winters is that even when the wind chill has plunged to 30-below-zero, and the snow drifts reach roof, the sun is almost always shining.

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The Weekly Edit: Saying ‘No’ to Sponsorships

The holiday season is a time for togetherness, joy, and last-minute shopping.  And during the holidays, retailers and brands are eager to partner with influencers to endorse everything from $2,000 exercise equipment, to Tiffany bracelets, to gourmet sipping chocolate (“for all your holiday cocoa needs”). Initially, I was excited when a handful of brands reached out to sponsor posts on this blog.  But one after …

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