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The Weekly Edit: On the Coming Horizon

Like many professional women, I was taught that if you take on a commitment, you live up to it.  In my older years, however, I’ve realized that sometimes you have to ask if the follow-through is worth the cost.  If your work is costing you your mental health and putting you in a position where you are asked to act contrary to your values, should …

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The Weekly Edit: Blurred Vision

This week is a blur.  Three days of packed work events, a never-ending to-do list, and tomorrow, I fly to D.C..  I keep telling myself that I just need to make it until Monday, but that feels like a fallacy. So let’s just skip the usual introduction and get straight to what I loved this week.

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The Weekly Edit: Another Trip Around the Sun

My favorite birthday card that I’ve ever received was from my brother.  Outside it said, “You don’t look a day over whatever age you’re telling people that you are.”  Inside he had written, “Congratulations on the first anniversary of your 29th birthday.” By that math, today is the 8th Anniversary of my 29th Birthday.

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The Weekly Edit: A Stressless Wedding

When Kyle and I decided to get married, there was only one thing that I knew I wanted: to get married in Whitefish, MT.  During the hardest times of my life, it has been the place where I sought refuge.  I was there when Kyle and I first started chatting on Tinder, and it’s where we’ve gone for nearly every Labor Day weekend since we …

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