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Dish and Tell: Six Real Women Discuss How They Put Themselves at the Top of Their To-Do Listby Miami Bombshells
Synopses & Reviews
It's easy to feel like we're alone in our struggles, but when we're able to share our stories with other women, we realize how alike we really are. There is comfort in numbers and knowing that we're not alone.
As women, we take care of everyone else before ourselves. Now is the time to put your needs at the top of your to-do list, because if not now, when?
We realized we're not perfect, and we're pretty sure we're not alone. Besides, beauty — and being a "bombshell" — is more about being courageous than curvaceous.
Although these are our stories, we're really just the "stand-ins" for all women who struggle to juggle. This book is about things most women can totally relate to but would never discuss in public.
Maybe having it all isn't having it all at all. We're trying to be happy with "enough," so let's lower the bar a little and start enjoying the lives we've created for ourselves.
We created our Bombshell Circle to provide unconditional support to one another. Dish & Tell highlights the power of girlfriends. Read the book and start your own circle (and make sure you have plenty of wine and chocolate!).
About the Author
The "Miami Bombshells" are:
Patricia San Pedro: the original bombshell, who brought the other 5 together. She runs a very successful PR firm in Miami.
Annie San Roman: a school psychologist who works with troubled teens and has turned around many a violent and hopeless kid. Also a devoted wife and mother.
Tammi Leader Fuller: is a producer for NBC's "The Today Show", Fox TV, "Extra", "America's Most Wanted" and others.
Lydia Sacasa: successful banker who works seventy hour weeks and is obsessed with cooking, designer clothes and being a good mother to her three children...even if that means staying up till 6 a.m. to make homemade costumes for the school play!
Sara Rosenberg: this power player travels the world speaking to publishing groups about innovation and change.
Mercedes Soler: one of the most influential Latina newscasters, more recognizable among Hispanics in the U.S. than Oprah. She's a five time Emmy award winning newscaster for Univision.
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