What's A Girl To Do In A Big City If She Can't Dance?
A Seriously Humorous Look At The 7 Crossroads In Women's Lives
Author: Taylor Sparks
Available: amazon.com, barnes and noble, taylorsparks.com
In the indispensable female guide to life What's a Girl To Do In A Big City If She Can't Dance?, author Taylor Sparks takes a serious yet humorous look at the seven crossroads that most women come to in their lifetime and shows you how to recognize and acknowledge common areas of difficulty:
- Loving Your Body For Where It Is
- Reclaiming Your Bliss
- Embracing Your Relationships
- Discovering Your Intentions
- Salvaging What's Left of Your Mind
What's A Girl To Do In A Big City If She Can't Dance? prepares women to deal with these crossroads with energy, grace and humor.
"Any woman worth her mother's sweet potato pie recipe was raised to be a good daughter, a good wife, a good mother, a good sister, a good employee and a good disciple of the Lord! What they didn't learn was how to take care of themselves." states Taylor Sparks.
As the founder of She-She/Poo-Poo Time Retreats, Taylor has shown many women how to enjoy themselves by doing absolutely nothing on her yearly retreats and offers them advice on relaxation and replenishment through her bi-monthly newsletter. In What's A Girl To Do In A Big City If She Can't Dance?, you will find guidance on ridding yourself of dispirited relationships with men, advice on when, how and why to indulge yourself in some much needed "me time," become conscious of the necessities of female relationships and discover how to uncover your true intentions!
Each chapter has a corresponding section in the Resource Directory that is filled with books, websites, contacts and the most complete and comprehensive listing of African-American owned Day Spas, Bed & Breakfast Inns and Resorts in the country, including Canada and parts of the Caribbean that you will refer to again and again. So come along and learn to love your body for where it is -- right now -- and learn how to put yourself first in your life. Taylor relies on her humor throughout the book. She often tells women, "Each day you choose how you are going to be because there are two kinds of people in the world. There are the ones who say 'Good morning Lord!' and those who say 'Good Lord, its morning!" she chooses to be the former. What choice have you made today?