Aimee Wildstone

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Aimee loves working in Support because she loves helping people. When she's not helping lawyers change the law, you'll find her hiking, biking, or camping.

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If you have requested a ticket, called our support line, or started a chat, chances are you’ve communicated with me or another member of our LexBlog Success team. We’re the front line of all support requests and questions from our blogging community: a network of innovative folks looking to change and influence the law – and its growing bigger every day! Working in customer support has its positives and its struggles, here’s what I wish our…
I’ve been off the playa for almost a week, and I’ve had a few people ask me things like: What was your favorite thing you saw? Favorite experience? I’m struggling with how to answer that and felt obligated (in the moment) to give some kind of response. It’s hard to sum up the total collection of thoughts and feelings I experienced on the playa into one moment in time. How do you measure a journey as…
I have a confession to make. I love music and festivals (that’s a given) so I finally spent a stupid amount of money purchasing a Lotus Bell tent to up my festival glamping game. I’ve been eyeing the lotus “Bud” tent for a while and finally made the plunge. Part of my contribution to my camp this year is I am bringing my little tent has a hangout space and tea house (I’ll be serving teas…
The Washington Fire Collective (of 2017) had their first kickoff meeting towards the end of January of this year. Since then the group met together twice a month to dance, practice, learn, play, and grow together. Led by our awesome Shins JPeace LoveCircus and Kim Lewis! This looked like two large group practices per month and once we split into our chosen themed dance pods, we added two group practices minimum with our pods (in between…
This year was the year I decided to go to burning man, and I told myself a long time ago that I wasn’t going to burning man until I was prepared to contribute to something bigger than myself – no matter what it took.   The theme this year is radical ritual. Fire is spiritual to me, and fire dancing is admittedly my favorite hobby because fire feels so primal, its my own personal ritual and…