Alaska, Interrupted: Life on lockdown, with kids and a job

A view of Alaska’s Energy Desk editor Julia O’Malley’s pandemic workspace — her home in Anchorage, with her two young boys.

This week on Alaska, Interrupted, we hear from Julia O’Malley.

O’Malley is holding down her high-pressure job as an editor at Alaska’s Energy Desk, while stuck in her house with her two young boys. And while dealing with all the anxiety that comes with a global pandemic.

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