Jessica Hische — Day-Ruining Notepads

Jessica Hische — Day-Ruining Notepads
Invoice people who have ruined your day - includes tick boxes for necessary cocktails and comfort pizzas related to ridiculous demands, passive-aggressive email cc-ing and more - an essential.
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