I just finished reading Love and Ruin, by Paula McLain. McLain is the author of The Paris Wife — you might have read that one, about Hemingway’s first wife. (It’s a great book, too.) Love and Ruin is about his third wife, the writer and journalist Marty Gellhorn. The story is in Marty’s POV, organized… [Read More]
This is the sharp conclusion of a two-part series on perfectionism by Soraya Gallant. If you haven’t already, please read Part 1 here. Soraya is our coop student from Ryerson University; our magic internicorn. She swooped in on our digital team at the beginning of May, and she’s been involved in everything from sending out… [Read More]
This is the first part of a two-part series on perfectionism by Soraya Gallant. Soraya is our coop student from Ryerson University in Toronto; I like to call her our magic internicorn. She swooped in on our digital team at the beginning of May, and immediately started rocking it. When I asked Soraya if she’d… [Read More]
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