On another note, I am sure my living situation is a bit disconcerting. I gave up my lease in May due to a situation out of my control. I then spent the summer working in our Los Angeles office. Upon my return, I figured I would live on the fifth floor until I sorted out the "apartment situation." I knew there would be pros and cons. I take the elevator to work, which means the obvious, no commute. I always have clothes to change into without leaving the building. The major negative is the idea of never leaving work mentally and physically. Ironically it doesn't matter during fashion week, you dont have that separation anyway.
I love your bold ness and blunt ness during your blog and look forward to more insight from you during the coming episodes.
I must say i LOVE LOVE LOVE Robyn. I remember the first time i saw Robyn i was drawn by her walk. Its very je ne sais pas...fierce?
Snow White with razor blades carry such an image, funny and deadly. The technology snafu reminds me of my days working as an assistant. You think life couldn't get much worse. But tomorrow is another day. And life goes on. Work hard, but play hard too. 1st episode was fantastic.
Totally fascinated by People’s Revolution show. Can’t get enough of Robyn’s sweet demeanor and beauty, yet, evident laser sharp office manager. If Kelly were my dear baby sister I would not admire and like her any more than I do today. Most touching is Kelly’s fabulous adult-like relationship with her daughter. Bravo TV, bravoooo for the show.
I love your business, it's very well run, you guys do an amazing job dealing with the industry. Snow White With, you are particularly good at what you do. The observation I've made about you having to work with Voorhees is, I think she might have ADHD, in all seriousness. At least, she may want to get screened for it if she wants to work a job like that again. I have it, and I know several professionals with it who do very well in their jobs, and I don't just "see ADHD" everywhere...in fact I haven't ever seen anyone else on TV who I thought had it...her comments about needing training rather than just diving in, sink or swim; about being overwhelmed to the point of crying; saying she's doing 110 things at once, yet never accomplishing anything completely; asking questions others think she should be able to answer herself; constant mistakes...if she does have it, I wish she could have gotten help before this.
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Um, are you sure it was technology? Because it sure seemed like simple user error, compounded by the incredible amounts of stress you heap onto assistants by giving them too much to do. If they had any breathing space, they might have figured out what the problem was instead of going into freak out mode and low-fi solutions.
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