Item description for The Essential Five: A Grown-Up Girl's Handbook for Everything by Kate Etue & Recah Theodosiou...
Overview With an ever-widening world and many seasons of influence, women need insight for the countless areas and ways they are called upon to be wise.
Bits of wisdom, advice, and must-have information every woman needs for life.
With an ever-widening world and many seasons of influence, women need insight for the countless areas and ways they are called upon to be wise. The five fun sections of The Essential Five are Popular and Pursued, Classy and Fabulous, Domestic Goddess, Fetching and Fit, and Does It All.
Lists include: Ways to Make Sure You Don't Ruin a First Date Strategies for Surviving Awkward Business Functions Ways to Make Your House Look Clean...Fast Spas Worth Traveling Around the World For Secrets for Eating Out When You're On a Diet Annual Appointments You Should Make...and Keep Ways to Stay Motivated at the Gym Steps of CPR Legal Documents You Should Have...Just in Case Body Language Signals You Don't Want to Send (or Maybe You Do )
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Studio: Thomas Nelson
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.93" Width: 7.04" Height: 0.6" Weight: 0.78 lbs.
Release Date Feb 5, 2008
Publisher Thomas Nelson
ISBN 0849919746 ISBN13 9780849919749
Availability 0 units.
More About Kate Etue & Recah Theodosiou
Kate Etue is a freelance writer and editor. She lives in Nashville with her husband, Todd, and her kids, Grey and Annie. The Essential Five is her first book.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Essential Five: A Grown-Up Girl's Handbook for Everything?
great resource and fun reading Mar 3, 2008
I loved this book! It's full of well researched and solid advice for young women getting started on their own w/ a new home, relationship or job. It's good common sense and entertaining reading all at the same time without being preachy or know-it-all-ish.
Highly recommmended for college aged young women and beyond.