The Journal

Things I'm Obsessed With

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I am a fully certified Succession fan. Those of you who are already into the show will know why but for those of you who haven’t yet drunk the kool aid - a binge watch of HBO’s brilliant show would be a most epic way to spend some time relaxing over the holidays. (Because women always get to relax over the holidays).

To be honest I am jealous of those of you who have yet to experience the delicious dialogue and performances that this show puts out on the reg.
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A Note About the Devastation in B.C.

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The past week has been brutal for many of the residents of the Province of British Columbia. Our team is based in Calgary and Vancouver and communities that have been impacted by the severe flooding are the communities that literally link us together. The tragedy is continuing to unfold and just this morning we are learning about more loss of life from mudslides. 
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Life, Work, F%^CKing Covid, Election Time In Canada and Predicting the Future

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It’s 5am and I am struggling with a time change as I take some time away from work to recharge.

It’s 5am and I am still obsessing over work - so you can see how well I am doing with getting away and actually recharging:)

It continues to be strange times. We are all tired. Some of us have more PTSD around covid than others. Health care heroes I see you and send so much love and respect. The rollercoaster ride of the past 18 months has left scars across the world and as we sputter our way through this we look into the future with a mixture of hope and uncertainty.
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What’s With The Pre-Sales? And When Can We Expect Navy Pants…

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What's with the Pre-Sales and When Can We Expect Navy Pants... 

I am hoping to demystify our processes here....

You have the best questions for us and I thought I would take a minute to dig into the ones we hear the most!

I want to be really transparent about how it is that we make the decisions we do and how some of those choices aren’t always the one we want to pick - but they are the ones that work right now.

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People Doing Cool Shit- Natalie Gomersall / A MicroLoan Success Story

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We’re back with another installment of people doing cool shit. But this time, our founder Emma May sat down with Natalie Gomersall, one of the entrepreneurs that launched her business through SophieGrace’s support of microloans at Momentum.org.

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