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Your Mother Was Right: All the Great Advice You Tried to Forgetby Kate Reardon
Synopses & Reviews
The most useful tips for women, by women.
While we have learned to respect (and finally listen to) the hard-won wisdom of our mothers, there's nothing we love morethan another nugget of great advice. We are all constantly on the lookout for new answers to life's everyday challenges, such as:
Q: How can I not look so tired? A: Massage your ears. (It works )
Q: How can I mend a hem if I don't have time to sew it? A: Use adhesive tape from the first-aid kit.
Q: What should I do if I'm having trouble sleeping? A: Eat a banana.
Q: How can I keep a friendship platonic? A: Give him advice, especially about the way he drives.
From beauty questions to cooking tips, money advice, style pointers, and all you need to know about love and friendship, here are the most helpful secretsthat women from around the world have shared on Kate Reardon's website, TopTips.com. So use this handy resource the next time you can't remember what your mother always used to say, or whenyou'd just prefer advice from someone with a different perspective (who won't give you a hard time if you don't do what she says).
From the TradePaperback edition.
A follow-up to Top Tips for Girls by the creators of the TopTips.com website shares real-world advice for young women on topics ranging from getting a job and saving money to parenting and forging healthy relationships. Original.
About the Author
Kate Reardon has spent more than twenty years at the cutting edge of women’s publishing and is currently a Contributing Editor at Vanity Fair. She is also the author of Top Tips for Girls. Kate lives in London during the week and her cottage in Wiltshire on weekends.
Table of Contents
Beauty — Body — Cooking — Eco — Family — Fitness — Friendship — Gifts — Hair — Happiness — Health — The holidays — Home — Life — Money — Parenting (the early years) — Parenting (it never ends) — Pets — Relationships — Safety — School — Seniors — Style — Technology — Travel — Work.
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