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Your So-Called Life: A Guide to Boys, Body Issues, and Other Big-Girl Drama You Thought You Would Have Figured Out by Now Paperback – September 14, 2010
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Now that you're approaching 30—or just getting over the trauma of the big 3-0—reality has set in. You're about to be an adult, minus the air quotes. But you don't have to do it alone.
Andrea Lavinthal and Jessica Rozler will help you enter true adulthood looking and feeling good in the only way they know how: with tons of wit and wisdom. Featuring interviews with nearly thirty experts—including doctors, career counselors, and financial planners—this handy, helpful book guides women through their second bout of growing pains and offers advice on:
- how to manage a difficult boss.
- how to deal with your ticking biological clock (if such a thing even exists).
- how to throw the perfect party in your tiny new apartment without breaking the bank.
- how to enjoy a Friday night as a seventh wheel with your married friends and their husbands.
Your So-Called Life is the bible for all “post-quarter-life crisis” women who need guidance transitioning into the real world with smarts and savvy.
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Top Customer Reviews
It's a quick read that will leave you feeling good about being in your thirties and helps you realize that you are not alone in dealing with all of the issues you "should" have figured out by now!
These ladies find a way to make sense of, shed light on and make you smile about life's everyday dramas in such an endearing way. Be prepared to smile a lot, tear up a bit and generally feel better about the million plus thoughts that run through your mind daily.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Ugh. This book...I'm not a fan. The only reason I forced myself through it was because I paid for it. I'm 32 and I found the book to be both exhausting and grating. Read morePublished on December 12, 2010 by Niky Roberts
I saw this book at my local bookstore and thought it looked like a fun read for a rainy weekend. I was right! Super fun and right on target. Read morePublished on October 4, 2010 by JAB
This was a quick, entertaining read.
I bought this book because my cousin wrote it. Given that I'm a guy, I didn't expect to be so entertained, but I was. Read more