#BreakThings: 90 Days
Every other year, the Montana Legislature meets for 90 days. The session is frenetic. It’s sometimes maddening. But it’s also a glorious exercise in how government functions.
Budgets are balanced. Democrats and Republicans work together and mostly get along. And when it’s all over, the Senators, Representatives and staff go back to our lives as citizens. Even in a tumultuous year, it always feels a little bit like Mr. Smith Goes to Helena.
It’s my honor to work here every other year. So here’s to the vending machine meals, spotty Internet, insomnia and sore feet. It’s time to do the work of governing Big Sky country once again.
Harvard Business Review always has interesting pieces about office life. This one contemplates a world without resumes. A world that might result in more diverse hiring and a larger talent pool for everyone.
Which double standard makes your blood boil?
There are so many to choose from, but this Reddit discussion thread covers all the big ones. Some of these I had never even thought about. So much food for thought.
Do you need simple, modern bath accessories to jazz up your bathroom? We just renovated ours, so I put together a list of neutral accessories that complement most decor and brighten your space. Shop them here.
I was mesmerized by this video of a cobbler repairing a nearly destroyed pair of Chanel flats. I may never throw out a pair of shoes ever again if they can work this kind of magic.
When I get out of the habit of working out, I fall off the wagon hard. This Self article has some helpful advice and encouragement for those of us who need to get back in the swing of things.
Need a soothing hug for your brain? This video of baby hedgehogs is for you.