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From the makers of the hilarious podcast PLAYING DEVIL'S AVOCADO comes a laugh-out-loud guide to life for women who are getting older but haven't quite worked out how to grow up... Once, women over 50 could look forward to growing old quietly, disappearing into a pair of white slacks and a grey bob - no more! We're now told we should want to have it all. Podcasts, books and websites tell us we should be achieving, succeeding and juggling multiple balls. But what if we'd rather run our own race? No one is speaking to women over 45 like we are - not the media, the advertisers or marketing. We are honest, hilarious and matter of fact about getting older and the obstacles it brings up. Come to us and get real about getting older - it's funny and awkward but we can do it in style. And while the world might suggest you're invisible if you're not a "superwoman", we don't care what anyone thinks. We're having a party over here - and it's a whole heap of fun.

 

Details

ISBN: 9781925865837
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 224
Publication Date: 1 Sep 2020
Publisher: Are Media
Publication City, Country: Australia
Dimensions (cm): 20.9(H) x 15(L) x 1.8(W)
Weight (gm): 388

 

Author Biography

Clare Isaac has been a magazine editor since birth. She worked on some of the biggest titles in the country -- from pop bible Smash Hits to Woman's Day and everything in between and has connected to women of all ages. She can't stand worthy work warblings or motivational rubbish, but she loves pop culture, fashion, following a few fads and whingeing about her back! Lisa Sinclair would always rather be home with her cats than literally anywhere else on earth. Working as a reporter and editor on major newspapers and magazines in London and Sydney, specialising in entertainment, celebrity culture and royals, has given her an excellent instinct and understanding of what makes people tick. She loves trashy TV, trashy novels and makes an excellent Negroni
How Not To Live Your Best Life: Your guide to getting older...But not necessarily wiser
1999

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