A revised edition of a best-selling reference features twenty-five-percent new material and the original work's trademark combination of humorous and down-to-earth advice, in a resource that features a wealth of anecdotal tips on everything from maternity clothes and pregnancy sex to birthing options and postpartum recovery. Original. 100,000 first printing.
Juggling Not-So-Perfect, Often-Crazy, but Gloriously Real Lives
Author: Ellen Miller
Pubpsher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
If you’re living a perfect, charmed life . . . well, then this book isn’t for you. But if, like the rest of us, you are at times broken, confused, lonely, or scared—if you’re struggling with problems that you think “good Christians” don’t have—then welcome, girlfriend, and pull up a chair! This quirky, friendly, and gut-honest devotional comes straight from the heart of Ellen Miller (CEO, marketing executive, mom, and unapologetic “glorious mess”). Despite the serious struggles she’s faced, Ellen today lives a life of profound joy, and The One Year Book of Inspiration for Girlfriends contains 365 days’ worth of the principles and philosophies that have gotten her there. There’s no subject she’s afraid to tackle! Her quick, daily doses of encouragement will make you laugh, give you something to look forward to, help you to stay (somewhat!) sane . . . and remind you that you’re never alone.
Offers a series of travel ideas for women that range from big city trips or small-town weekends to pampering spa retreats and wilderness adventures, in a volume that includes practical suggestions on roommate etiquette, safety, what to pack, and budgeting
With a combined total of over 300,000 Girlfriends' Guides in print, Vicki Iovine offers the kind of tongue-in-cheek humor and straight-from-the-hip advice that has made her one of today's most popular authorities on child rearing. Now she takes the next step in the Girlfriends series by helping mothers deal with that mysterious, baffling, often adorable and frequently alarming being their baby has become--a toddler.
Release on 1996 | by Carmen Renee Berry,Tamara Traeder
A Friendship to Remember
Author: Carmen Renee Berry,Tamara Traeder
Pubpsher: Council Oak Books
Category: Family & Relationships
Part quotation book, part collected stories, and part journal, The Girlfriends Keepsake Book honors women friends. Brimming with full-color photographs, it can be completed either as a gift to a friend, or by the two of you, prompting long talks about how you met, your travels, weddings, raising children, and your secrets and dreams.
Who returns your calls faster than a speeding bullet? Who will leap to your side in a single bound? Your mother--your dog--your hairdresser? No! It's your girlfriend! Artist Monica Sheehan knows this and created Girlfriends: From Campfires to Crow's Feet as the perfect tribute to the women in every female's life. Through this collection of pithy anecdotes and too-funny illustrations, Sheehan reminds women young and old that: Girlfriends share their M and M's, magazines and Xanax. Girlfriends know the best things in life are free. Girlfriends lie to your mother for you.
This unique combination craft and gift book celebrates girlfriend power--the special bond women share with their closest companions. Here are gifts friends can give to each other or make together to mark a birthday, anniversary, a baby's birth, a housewarming, to lift spirits or share quiet times. Intimate girl-talk anecdotes, inspiring quotes, and countless ideas for being a good friend are interspersed between designer-quality projects featuring decoupage, calligraphy, collage, beading, and more. Make a Feel Good Sugar Cookies treat, a Not Just for Hats Box, Very Relaxed Bath Salts, Quartz Necklace and Earring Set, a Kindred Spirits Scrapbook, gift wrap and cards, and share your love of crafting and good friends when you plan a Girls' Night In crafting party.
This wickedly witty, urbane novel tackles the ups and downs of female friendship, and the ultimate question for every young woman searching for the perfect job, apartment, and man--or woman--in the big city: What's a nice girl like you doing with a life like this? Gina knows there are worse things than being dateless for her ten-year high school reunion--for example, being dateless at yet another wedding. But after witnessing one lavish nuptial too many, she wonders if it's time to give up on Mr. Right, and settle for Mr. Maybe. . .. A chic, African-American woman, Cheryl loves the diversity of city life. But despite her open mind and free spirit, she still longs for a husband. And she's willing to break every rule of online dating to find him. . .. When Linda meets Rosa, she's sure the beautiful Latina is her future--even though she's soon reminded that everyone has a past. . . Between personal misadventures and professional mishaps, all three women will find that when the going gets tough what you need most is your sense of humor--and your girlfriends. . . "Clearly taking his cue from Candace Bushnell (Sex and the City) and Helen Fielding (of Bridget Jones fame), Sanchez's style is light and entertaining." --Publishers Weekly