Owner/designer turned her hobby into a business while working at a Portland call center.
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“Adulthood for Beginners” author: I wanted to write it in a way that wouldn’t turn me off if I read it when I was a 23-year-old jerk.
The legal age to start work in Washington is 14, but restrictions may limit opportunities for early teens.