What a Time to be Alone

What a Time to be Alone

Feel the togetherness in US – sustain and grow healthy relationships and avoid toxicity in your friendships. Own your story. Create your own narrative. Read this book. #WATTBA

Author: Chidera Eggerue

Publisher: Hardie Grant Publishing

ISBN: 9781787133143

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 192

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In What A Time To Be Alone,The Slumflower will be your life guru, confidante and best friend. She’ll show you that being alone is not just okay: it’s just about the best freaking thing that’s ever happened to you. As she says, ‘You’re bad as hell and you were made with intention.’ It’s about time you realised. Peppered with insightful Igbo proverbs from Chidera’s Nigerian mother and full of her own original artwork, What A Time To Be Alone will help you navigate the modern world. We can all decide our own fates and Chidera shows us how, using a three-part approach filled with sass, wisdom and charm. Learn how to celebrate YOU – decide your self-worth, take time to heal and empower yourself in this messy world. Don’t worry about THEM – avoid other people’s demons and realise that everyone is protecting themselves from something – no matter how aggressive their method. Feel the togetherness in US – sustain and grow healthy relationships and avoid toxicity in your friendships. Own your story. Create your own narrative. Read this book. #WATTBA
Categories: Family & Relationships

Brave New Words

Brave New Words

A year later she published a self-help motivational book, What a Time to Be Alone: The Slumflower's Guide to Why You Are Already Enough, which hit the Sunday Times bestseller list the week it was published in 2018, when she was 23.

Author: Susheila Nasta

Publisher: Myriad Editions

ISBN: 9781912408214

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 282

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Fifteen specially commissioned essays from distinguished authors explore the place of the writer, past and present, the value of critical thinking, and the power of the written word. Their work articulates ‘brave new words’ at the heart of battles against limitations on fundamental rights of citizenship, the closure of national borders, fake news, and an increasing reluctance to engage with critical democratic debate. Contributors include Eva Hoffman, Romesh Gunesekera, Githa Hariharan, James Kelman, Tabish Khair, Kei Miller, Blake Morrison, Mukoma wa Ngugi, Hsiao-Hung Pai, Olumide Popoola, Shivanee Ramlochan, Bina Shah, Raja Shehadeh and Marina Warner.
Categories: Literary Criticism

A Study Guide for Wendy Wasserstein s Isn t It Romantic

A Study Guide for Wendy Wasserstein s  Isn   t It Romantic

Among the details Ciociola touches upon, she observes that, as a substitute for a social life, the character Lillian is said to watch reruns ... Her What a Time to Be Alone: The Slumflower's Guide to Why You Are Already Enough (2017) is.

Author: Gale, Cengage

Publisher: Gale, Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9780028670935

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 20

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A Study Guide for Wendy Wasserstein's "Isn’t It Romantic", excerpted from Gale's acclaimed Drama for Students. This concise study guide includes plot summary; character analysis; author biography; study questions; historical context; suggestions for further reading; and much more. For any literature project, trust Drama for Students for all of your research needs.
Categories: Literary Criticism

The Art of Being Single

The Art of Being Single

... Personal Change by Stephen R. Covey ♥ What a Time to Be Alone: The Slumflower's Guide to Why You Are Already Enough by Chidera Eggerue ♥ The Compassionate Mind: Compassion Focused Therapy by Paul Gilbert ♥ The Single Woman: Life, ...

Author: Candi Willliams

Publisher: Summersdale Publishers LTD - ROW

ISBN: 9781787833555

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 160

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Forget everything you've heard about being single Nope, you don't need a better half – you're already whole. And every second waiting for 'the one' is time wasted: time that could be spent living your life your way. Because when you take a moment to stop and look at things differently, you'll soon see that there are so many wonderful reasons to embrace being proudly partner-free. Celebrating the freedom and fun of solo living, this book is brimming with inspiration, ideas and practical advice. From going on me dates and awesome adventures, to staying true to yourself and learning to leave loneliness at the front door, The Art of Being Single is your one-stop guide to living a life you love.
Categories: Family & Relationships

Women s Periodicals and Print Culture in Britain 1940s 2000s

Women s Periodicals and Print Culture in Britain  1940s 2000s

A year later Eggerue published a self-help motivational book, What a Time to Be Alone: The Slumflower's Guide to Why You Are Already Enough, which entered the Sunday Times bestseller list the week it was published in 2018, when she was ...

Author: Forster Laurel Forster

Publisher: Edinburgh University Press

ISBN: 9781474469999

Category: Authorship

Page: 432

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Foregrounds the diversity of periodicals, fiction and other printed matter targeted at women in the postwar periodForegrounds the diversity and the significance of print cultures for women in the postwar period across periodicals, fiction and other printed matterExamines changes and continuities as women's magazines have moved into digital formatsHighlights the important cultural and political contexts of women's periodicals including the Women's Liberation Movement and SocialismExplores the significance of women as publishers, printers and editorsWomen's Periodicals and Print Culture in Britain, 1940s-2000s draws attention to the wide range of postwar print cultures for women. The collection spans domestic, cultural and feminist magazines and extends to ephemera, novels and other printed matter as well as digital magazine formats. The range of essays indicates both the history of publishing for women and the diversity of readers and audiences over the mid-late twentieth century and the early twenty-first century in Britain. The collection reflects in detail the important ways in magazines and printed matter contributed to, challenged, or informed British women's culture. A range of approaches, including interview, textual analysis and industry commentary are employed in order to demonstrate the variety of ways in which the impact of postwar print media may be understood.
Categories: Authorship