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From Frazzled to Fabulous
- How to juggle fatherhood, a successful career, 'me time' and looking good
- Lu par : Matthew Holness
- Durée : 2 h et 8 min
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In this inspirational audiobook drawn from the hugely popular Twitter account, the Man Who Has It All helps men to nurture opinions of their own, make time to smile and choose between a career and a baby. From Frazzled to Fabulous includes words of wisdom on everything from how to spend your 'me time' and get a grip on guilt to dressing in your wow colours and speaking in the right tone of voice at work.
It's a must-have audiobook for frazzled dads and high-flying men who are struggling to stay hydrated and get to the bottom of the ironing pile. Oh, and it's for women who believe that men should be fully supported to have it all and, more importantly, do it all. Those women will love this audiobook.
"A terrifying minefield. Genius." (Ben Goldacre)
"Terrific!" (Joanne Harris)
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- Anonymous User
umm not what I expected
good read I feel more in touch with my gender identity I am no longer he we are she.
- E. Griffin
Hey boys, read up!
I always review what my little man asks to read before I grant him permission. Well, this how-to for the testosterone set wins my enthusiastic thumbs up. This is a quick, simple guide for the little fellows who need help remembering to put their needs last so they can keep their women and kids happy. And testicle spray? What a brilliant suggestion! I’m going to get some for my lucky little man.
Snacking on the Memory of Cucumbers
Wow. This book brings forward the discourse society, through pop culture, uses against women.
I feel meaning draining from my life, the condescending looks of those encouraged to live, the constraints in place making one less than human. Montaigne is the next read. I need to rebuild some sense of purpose.