DAILY WORTH: How to Survive Career Change Being Single and 30-Something
So what did I do?
I threw it back old school style and PICKED UP A BOOK. Otherhood by Melanie Notkin gives a voice to a population of single childless women who didn’t necessarily plan their current reality. You don’t need to live in New York City or be in Melanie’s exact industry to find the gold in this anecdotal account of this seemingly unrepresented population of women
My Amazon book review was written as I gently closed the cover, tears streaming down my face, with an inner knowing I had tapped into a pain I needed to for some time:
“Some books are books, others are a journey. What an exquisite, cathartic, and beautifully heartfelt look into the tapestry of a woman's heart. If you are of the age where you expected life would look a certain way and have found yourself standing in the unexpected, your validation is waiting in the pages of Otherhood. You will cry, heal, smile, and heal some more. My heartfelt thanks and admiration goes to the humble grace of Melanie Notkin?. We were once an unknown statistic. Now we are a community.”
What would a blog be without my “top three career change insights” after reading Otherhood? Here you go...
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