Prudent Advice for Every Woman
By Jaime Morrison Curtis
”Coloring your hair is an ongoing commitment.” This canny counsel and 499 more nuggets of distaff discernment are presented beautifully in this irresistible collection that is as charming as it is practical.
Thoroughly modern and atypically witty, this keepsake edition overflows with insight that is occasionally time-honored (There is no substitute for baking soda), sometimes tactical (Anytime you are debating whether to shower or not, take the shower), and other times incredibly profound (When something tragic happens to someone you care about, do not ignore them just because you don’t know what to say). This primer of 500 lessons, observations, and knowledge–originally compiled for the author’s baby girl–is a compelling guide to finding beauty in the world and in oneself, with a distinctly fresh twist.
About the Author
Jaime Morrison Curtis is a writer, crafter, and mother. She spent her single years exercising her passport with a backpack, a notebook, and a ticket to the local art museum before settling down to start her family. A dedicated sewer, thrower of parties, and blogger, she was born and raised in Los Angeles, where she lives with her writer/skateboarder husband, daughter, and beloved dog Puck
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