I Can Barely Take Care of Myself: Tales From a Happy Life Without Kids

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Simon & Schuster #ad - But you know what? It’s hard enough to be an adult. And it should satisfy everyone who wonders if Jen will ever know true love without looking into the eyes of her child. Parenthood can be very rewarding, but let’s face it, so are margaritas at the adults-only pool. Jen’s stand-up routine includes lots of jokes about not having kids and some about masturbation and johnny depp, after which complete strangers constantly approach her and ask, “You’d be such a great mom!” Really? You know me so well! Whether living rent-free in her childhood bedroom while trying to break into comedy the best free birth control around, divorced, or taking the stage at major clubs and joining a hit TV show— and along the way getting married, “But who will take care of you when you’re old?” Servants! Some insist, she says, and attending excruciating afternoon birthday parties for her parent friends—Jen is completely happy and fulfilled by her decision not to procreate.

Some adults take on the added burden of caring for a tiny human being with no language skills or bladder control. You have to dress yourself and pay bills and remember to buy birthday gifts. You have to drive and get annual physicals and tip for good service. I can barely take care of myself is a beacon of hilarious hope for anyone whose major life decisions have been questioned by friends, family, and strangers in a comedy club bathroom.

I Can Barely Take Care of Myself: Tales From a Happy Life Without Kids #ad - Chelsea lately regular Jen Kirkman is “childfree by choice. Here’s what she’d like to say to everyone who can’t stop telling her she’ll change her mind. You'll change Your Mind.

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I Know What I'm Doing -- and Other Lies I Tell Myself: Dispatches from a Life Under Construction

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Simon & Schuster #ad - Even if you sometimes think you aren’t! And especially if other people try to tell you you’re not. New york times bestselling author and stand-up comedian Jen Kirkman delivers a hilarious, turning forty, candid memoir about marriage, sex, divorce, and still not quite having life figured out. Jen kirkman wants to be the voice in your head that says, Hey, you’re okay.

In i know what i’m doing—and other lies I Tell Myself, Jen offers up all the gory details of a life permanently in progress. She reassures you that it’s okay to not have life completely figured out, even when you reach middle age and find your first gray pubic hair! . She talks about making unusual or unpopular life decisions such as cultivating a “friend with benefits” or not going home for the holidays because you don’t necessarily want for yourself what everyone else seems to think you should.

I Know What I'm Doing -- and Other Lies I Tell Myself: Dispatches from a Life Under Construction #ad - From marriage to divorce and sex to mental health, i know what i’m Doing—and Other Lies I Tell Myself is about embracing the fact that life is a bit of a sh*t show and it’s definitely more than okay to stay true to yourself. It’s about renting when everyone says you should own, dating around when everyone thinks you should settle down, and traveling alone when everyone pities you for going to Paris without a man.

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I Know What I'm Doing -- and Other Lies I Tell Myself: Dispatches from a Life Under Construction

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Simon & Schuster #ad - Even if you sometimes think you aren’t! And especially if other people try to tell you you’re not. From marriage to divorce and sex to mental health, i know what i’m Doing—and Other Lies I Tell Myself is about embracing the fact that life is a bit of a sh*t show and it’s definitely more than okay to stay true to yourself.

New york times bestselling author and stand-up comedian Jen Kirkman delivers a hilarious, sex, candid memoir about marriage, turning forty, divorce, and still not quite having life figured out. Jen kirkman wants to be the voice in your head that says, Hey, you’re okay. In i know what i’m doing—and other lies I Tell Myself, Jen offers up all the gory details of a life permanently in progress.

I Know What I'm Doing -- and Other Lies I Tell Myself: Dispatches from a Life Under Construction #ad - Simon schuster. She reassures you that it’s okay to not have life completely figured out, even when you reach middle age and find your first gray pubic hair! She talks about making unusual or unpopular life decisions such as cultivating a “friend with benefits” or not going home for the holidays because you don’t necessarily want for yourself what everyone else seems to think you should.

It’s about renting when everyone says you should own, dating around when everyone thinks you should settle down, and traveling alone when everyone pities you for going to Paris without a man.

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Dear Girls: Intimate Tales, Untold Secrets & Advice for Living Your Best Life

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Random House #ad - Dear girls is not so much a real-talk handbook as it is a myth-puncturing manifesto. Vogue   “a refreshing, and honest account of making a career in a male-dominated field, growing up, dating, most important, hilarious, this book is addressed to Wong’s daughters, being a mom, and so much more…Yes, but every reader will find nuggets of wisdom and inspiration and, something to laugh at.

Bustle Simon schuster. Though addressed to her daughters, surprisingly moving, Ali Wong’s letters are absurdly funny, and enlightening and gross for all. Praise for dear girls “Wong spins a volume whose pages simultaneously shock and satisfy. Wong told the world her remarkably unfiltered thoughts on marriage, working women, Asian culture, sex, and why you never see new mom comics on stage but you sure see plenty of new dads.

Dear Girls: Intimate Tales, Untold Secrets & Advice for Living Your Best Life #ad - She shares the wisdom she’s learned from a life in comedy and reveals stories from her life off stage, including the brutal single life in New York i. E. The inevitable confrontation with erectile dysfunction, reconnecting with her roots and drinking snake blood in Vietnam, tales of being a wild child growing up in San Francisco, and parenting war stories.

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Life Will Be the Death of Me: . . . and you too!

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Spiegel & Grau #ad - In the process, she develops a healthy fixation on Special Counsel Robert Mueller and, through unflinching self-reflection and psychological excavation, unearths some glittering truths that light up the road ahead. Thrillingly honest, darkly funny, insightful, and deeply, Chelsea Handler’s memoir keeps readers laughing, even as it inspires us to look within and ask ourselves what really matters in our own lives.

Praise for life will be the death of me“you thought you knew Chelsea Handler—and she thought she knew herself—but in her new book, she discovers that true progress lies in the direction we haven’t been. Gloria steinem  “i always wondered what it would be like to watch Chelsea Handler in session with her therapist.

I love this book because I feel like I finally really got to know Chelsea Handler after all these years. She becomes politically active—finding her voice as an advocate for change, having difficult conversations, and energizing her base. In the fall of 2016, chelsea handler daydreams about what life will be like with a woman in the White House.

Life Will Be the Death of Me: . . . and you too! #ad - Thank you for sharing, Chelsea!”—Tiffany Haddish Simon schuster. She meets her match in an earnest, brainy psychiatrist and enters into therapy, prepared to do the heavy lifting required to look within and make sense of a childhood marked by love and loss and to figure out why people are afraid of her.

And then Donald Trump happens.

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Has Anyone Seen My Pants?

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Gallery Books #ad - Simon schuster. New york times bestselling author of life as I Blow It Sarah Colonna is back with a hilarious, honest look at life in her late thirties—in all its messy, pants-missing glory. How does a gal with a successful career, great friends, and a razor-sharp wit find herself wandering pants-less through the hallways of a casino hotel in Iowa on New Year’s Eve?Ask Sarah Colonna.

Has anyone seen my pants? is a laugh-out-loud trip around America and Mexico! with Sarah as she braves crying in nail salons, Iowan casinos, mother-daughter road trips, and single-shaming resorts. From a fling-gone-wrong to friend breakups and a new romance, Sarah’s signature wit and sharp observations take you on a journey at once so deviously funny and surprisingly compassionate that it might just steal your heart—not to mention your pants.

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Life As I Blow It: Tales of Love, Life & Sex . . . Not Necessarily in That Order

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Villard #ad - Villard Books. Sarah believes we all struggle to grow up. She moves to los angeles to pursue acting, but for years is forced to hone her bartending skills; she wants a serious boyfriend, but won’t give up nights at the bar with her friends. She tries to behave like an adult, but can’t seem to stop acting like a frat boy.

And then screwing it all up. Other times we would like to get married, order Chinese food, and have a responsible, stay in, secure life. In the end, she discovers that there doesn’t have to be just one or the other. Sometimes we want to have fun, not take things too seriously, and have that fourth margarita.

Life As I Blow It: Tales of Love, Life & Sex . . . Not Necessarily in That Order #ad - In this wickedly funny and irreverent memoir, life, Chelsea Lately writer and comedian Sarah Colonna opens up about love, and pursuing her dreams . From her formative years in small-town Arkansas to a later career of dates, and questionable day jobs, drinks, Colonna attempts to reconcile her responsible side with her fun-loving side.

And if there’s one thing colonna has learned from her many missteps, it’s that hindsight is always 100 proof. Includes a foreword by Chelsea Handler Simon schuster. Sometimes this pans out, and sometimes she finds herself in Mexico handing out her phone number to anyone who calls her pretty.

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