98 Things a Woman Should Do in Her Lifetime

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, Jan 1, 2009 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 128 pages
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Do things you've never thought of . . . or the things you secretly wish to do. Author Rebekah Shardy challenges the open-minded women to do things they've never tried-or dared-to do before. It's the perfect gift for any woman, whether she has everything or not!

98 Things a Woman Should Do in Her Lifetime invites the reader to enjoy simple pleasures brimming with compassion, humor, and spirituality while saving a trip to the therapist's office. Among the 98 nuggets of inspiration:

* Tell Richard Simmons to just shut up and sit down.

* Sing to a child.

* Learn a few choice phrases in French or Russian to use when flirting or angry.

* Create an altar in honor of your female ancestors and mentors.

* Interview three plastic surgeons and tell them why your body's flaws are precious to you.

* Whisper your darkest secrets to a beloved tree.

* Forgive the unforgivable.

98 Things a Woman Should Do in Her Lifetime can help a woman live out her adventurous fantasies with outrageous style.

 

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About the author (2009)

In addition to being a writer, speaker, and trainer, Rebekah Shardy is the founder and director of the Mighty Muse Writing Program for Women, a nonprofit creative writing program that enables low-income and socially disadvantaged women to publish their experience of social reality. She has been a regular contributor of articles and columns to Springs magazine and the Colorado Springs Independent Weekly, and her work is featured in two coffee-table books and numerous national publications and Web sites.

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