The Go-Girl Guide: Surviving Your 20s with Savvy, Soul, and Style

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McGraw-Hill Education, 2000 - Self-Help - 352 pages

A woman's 20s are a roller coaster of highs and lows, unseen twists, and frustrating turns. Irreverent yet helpful and information, The Go-Girl Guide covers everything from dating to climbing the career ladder to dealing with a body that has packed on some pounds, exactly what girls just entering or already swimming in this brave new world need to know. Julia Bourland's straight-talking survival guide puts the entire decade in perspective, giving you a sense that the uncensored insider's scoop from an older, more worldly sister.

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User Review  - russelllindsey - LibraryThing

This book is full of great advice for anyone facing the challenging decade of the 20s. I'm all too quickly approaching my 30s, but I would recommend this book for any woman approaching her 20s. You will then realize that you are not alone. Read full review

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User Review  - skinglist - LibraryThing

Started strong but then seemed to fizzle. That or m y interest. Read full review

Contents

What the F9 Am I Going to Do with My Life?
3
The Job Hunt
19
The EntryLevel Initiation
43
Copyright

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About the author (2000)

Julia Bourland is a 20-something freelance writer who has written dozens of articles on women's health, fitness, and lifestyle for such national magazines as Shape, Woman's Day, Conde Nast Women's Sports and Fitness, Parenting, and Rebecca's Garden. Prior to freelancing, she worked as an associate editor at Parenting.

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