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Finally, the perfect book for women who have had it with feeling like the dynamic pulse of life has faded and who are looking to recharge their existence. The draining stress and hubbub of the modern world can sometimes make a woman feel like she's just a shell of the fun-loving, vivacious person she once was. To solve this common problem, author Amy Hall presents Getting Your Groove Back, a sassy and hip collection of tips and exercises for women who are eager to reinvigorate life by recapturing their lost but innate Grooviness-the spunk and special aura that used to set them apart from the crowd. This book covers everything a woman needs to know in order to get her career, relationships, and sense of self back on track by standing up to the evil forces of numbness and mediocrity that have taken root! Hall dishes out tough love, provoking insights and advice with a biting humor that just doesn't stop. At the office . . . A tried-but-true confidence builder moves from the bedroom to the office place. Wear really sexy underwear not only on third dates, but also to any dreaded presentation you must give. In relationships . . . Save the money you set aside for the obligatory birthday gift for the friend with whom you are no longer close. Spend it on yourself instead. Go buy a decadent box of chocolate-dipped strawberries from those fine Godiva folks and scarf them under a tree, celebrating your ability to sever the old and seek out the new. That relationship had a place in your past, and guess what, we call it the past for a reason-move on. Besides, the hussy never returned that favorite belt of yours she borrowed; hence, it's time to trot toward evolution.Within the inner self . . . Stop beating yourself up because you're not what you said you'd become when you were a little girl. Okay, so you didn't get an Olympic gold medal or become an ambassador to the UN. It's true our lives don't always deal us the cards we need to get the grandiose life, but g
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Amy Hall is freelance writer and editor. She lives in Texas with her husband, Scott, and two spoiled cats.
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Book Description Andrews McMeel Publishing, 2000. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110740704834