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Julie Tilsner is a graduate of Columbia Journalism School and a former editor at Business Week. She's written articles for the New York Times, Linguafranca, the Los Angeles Times, POV, and Women's Wire. She lives with her husband (whom she met on a kibbutz) and new baby girl.
I purchased this for my best friend for her birthday and she loved it. Turning 30 isn't fun, and this book is a great little read for those at that age and stage in life.Published on February 7, 2013 by jj
Very pleased with product, and received reading material very quickly. Thanks for your excellent customer service!Published on August 18, 2010 by Babsbonn
I gave this to my major fox babe, SaraJ, for *her* 30th along with the Fruit Bats' "Mouthfuls" CD.
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I understand that it is a book of humor.But first, this book assumes that the mayority of women turning 30 is single. Read morePublished on June 30, 2003
I thought this was going to be a funny book but it was very stupid and neurotic. I seriously don't know this book's target audience - maybe junior high school girls (naw, they're... Read morePublished on December 15, 2002 by Rachel Feinstein
Julie Tilsner tells it like it is -- chickdom only gets better after 30. And you'll crack up reading about why. Read morePublished on June 20, 2002 by A reader
This book is EXCELLENT! Before I read it, I felt depressed and sad that I would soon be turning 30. After reading it, I feel like l'm entering a new chapter in my life. Read morePublished on February 14, 2002 by tara