29 and Counting: A Chick's Guide to Turning 30 a Chick's Guide to Turning 30
Just when a woman's learned how to wind her way through a life of temp jobs and commitment-phobic boyfriends, she has to face the biggest nightmare yet - turning 30. This book presents the author's experience and those of other women.
Paperback, 240 pages
Published June 11th 1998 by McGraw-Hill
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I really enjoyed this book. I've been kinda freaking out about turning 30, and this book helped calm my fears. The book is about 15 years old so a lot of the cultural references are out of date, but that doesn't hurt the overall message. I definitely recommend it for any girl struggling with turning 30!
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