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The Single Girl's Manifesta: Living in a Stupendously Superior Single State of Mind Paperback – November 1, 2005
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I've read a lot of "you go girl" & "loving the solo life" kind of books, but this one offers practical advice and really struck a cord like others haven't.
The first stat that caught my eye made me feel really good: millions of Americans are single and loving it! Stewart tells her story of living "la dolce vita solo" and includes anecdotes of people from many backgrounds and ages who are experiencing the sweet single life too. Although there are many great points, there are several that I just adore: singles spend time with charities, work, explore different interests and people, and are not waiting for the ring, the house, or the trip around the world from a spouse - they're buying them on their own! She also adds all kinds of interesting ideas throughout the book for activities to do as a single person.
The Manifesta reflected my reasons why I choose to be a single, gave me new reasons, and was a fun read too. As Stewart says, being single is what you choose to be, not doomed to be!
About 80 people attended the book signing, 76 of which were women. I was one of only 4 men. That made me think the book was strictly for women . . . and yet it's not. Reading the book, I found it highly enjoyable
I will probably never figure out women, but Jerusha's book gave me some insight into how they think . . . and did so in a highly enjoyable way.
You should definitely buy the book and if you get a chance, attend one of her book signings. It will be one of the best book signings you have ever been to.
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This is a great book for all ladies who have been through tough times and have lost hope for love in the future. Read morePublished on September 22, 2011 by Books&Stuff
I love the way Jerusha tells her stories. You will enjoy her humor and perspective as she shares her experiences with the readers...Published on March 3, 2011 by Karen Fiorillo
I have read a few books on valuing the single life and this is one of the best. I highly recommend it for any individual looking for the encouragment and motivation to enjoy all... Read morePublished on September 17, 2009 by R
The title "Sex and the Single Girl" was daring in 1962. It is now 2009. We should have moved on from calling women "girls" by this time.Published on July 23, 2009 by NYer
This book made me laugh. It was cute and quirky; embraces the single life and enjoy it.Published on October 28, 2008 by S. Carter
My personal mantra is to live lusciously, live "la dolce vita", so when I saw Jerusha's version "la dolce vita solo", I knew I had to read the book. It is a delicious read! Read morePublished on November 5, 2007 by Sunni