Be inspired with this newly revised guidebook for today’s modern woman…
From selfies to contouring to smart devices, everyday living for today’s modern girl is borderline complex. Enter in the first edition of The Modern Girl’s Guide to Life — an answer to many desperate prayers and moreso “the bible” for contemporary women. At a time when burning CD’s and Paris Hilton were in, Modern Girl proved to be the ace up every woman’s sleeve.
Fast forward to a decade later, and Modern Girl author and ABC Family’s “Job or No Job” Career Expert, Jane Buckingham (pictured below) refreshes the guide with a whole new outlook and even more tips to chart the journey of the new modern girl as she has evolved over the years.
So say goodbye to the Juicy Couture garb and ditch the low-fat diets, because along with the Lululemon craze and clean eating frenzy, Buckingham unveils the new and improved guide to Modern Girl living.
“We’re not trying to be June Cleaver. We’re just trying to get by,” Buckingham writes. “While my generation was being bred to be superwomen and shoot up the corporate ladder, no one bothered to teach us how to clean the ladder, fix the broken rungs, or look presentable when we reached the top.”
And this philosophy is why The Modern Girl’s Guide reigns as the quintessential must-read for women on the rise – or those women who rank high in the career spectrum, but hit low in the everyday need-to-knows. Answering embarrassing yet common questions such as: how to fold a fitted sheet or how to remove a wine stain, The Modern Girl’s Guide series is one that’s here to stay.
“The Modern Girl’s Guide to Life will let you cheat without getting caught – or even feel like you’re cheating,” Buckingham notes. “It’s about helping you juggle the demands placed on a Modern Girl gracefully, easily, and perhaps even confidently.”
With savvy advice on being a Digital Diva and even more tidbits for morphing into a Domestic Goddess, The Modern Girl’s Guide is a must-have masterpiece for today’s evolving woman.
Images used courtesy of Harper Collins.