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After years of living brightly on the color spectrum, writer Sloane Crosley goes back to basics.
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Recently at a work dinner, a publicist asked me whether I still had time for friends. Yes, I sputtered, of course! A writer interjected (rather chillily, might I add): “Well I don’t really have time for friends—especially at work. Who has the energy?” I stared at her like she had seven heads.
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