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  • Published: 1 March 2011
  • ISBN: 9781742743462
  • Imprint: Random House Australia
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 272

Thirty Something And Over It

What Happens When You Wake Up and No Longer Want to Go To Work




An irreverent and self-deprecating memoir by a successful and ambitious career woman who woke up one morning and realised she didn't want to go to work - not just that day, but ever again.

An irreverent and self-deprecating memoir by a successful and ambitious career woman who woke up one morning and realised she didn't want to go to work - not just that day, but ever again.

Kasey Edwards had a glamorous, successful and highly coveted career, flying around the world consulting to blue-chip organisations and commanding a six-figure salary. But all of a sudden her job didn't seem quite so challenging or glamorous, the role she'd been playing as a high-powered business woman felt phoney, and her whole life lost its zing. Kasey embarked on a journey of discovery into why she'd lost her purpose and meaning, and what she needed to do to find it again.

Kasey also follows the story of her best friend, Emma, a senior marketing executive suffering a similar crisis. Both Emma and Kasey are well and truly over it, yet their approaches - and the results - are very different. Written with great honesty and wit, Thirty Something And Over It is a memoir for modern women seeking the key to life, love and happiness.

  • Published: 1 March 2011
  • ISBN: 9781742743462
  • Imprint: Random House Australia
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 272

About the author

Kasey Edwards

Kasey Edwards is a leading Australian columnist and bestselling author of eight books, including Thirty Something and Over It. She mixes humour, heart and credible research to write about issues such as raising children, work satisfaction, motherhood and body image. She has a wide readership, with an audience of over 10 million worldwide, and is a passionate champion for girls and women.

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