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The Joys of Much Too Much

Go for the Big Life--The Great Career, The Perfect Guy, and Everything Else You've Ever Wanted

About The Book

A manifesto for the woman who wants it all
written by a woman who already has it all

Magazine mogul and mother of four, Bonnie Fuller has led some of America's most popular magazines to record successes while also enjoying a fulfilling family life. In The Joys of Much Too Much, Fuller tells women how they too can have everything -- and provides a blueprint for finding the right job, the man of their dreams, and for starting a family -- plus explains how to juggle it all at once. She also gives helpful, unconventional advice for enjoying a packed-to-the-max life:

  • Banish perfection guilt

  • Take every shortcut

  • Experience the positive aspects of denial and envy

  • Above all, never face the facts

A straight-shooting, inspiring how-to, illustrated with entertaining anecdotes from Fuller's personal and professional lives, The Joys of Much Too Much shows women of all ages how to make multitasking a way of life -- and a surefire way to lifelong happiness.

About The Author

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Bonnie Fuller is the editorial director at American Media where she oversees a galaxy of magazines, including America's #1 celebrity newsweekly, Star. She's been a winner twice of the prestigious Advertising Age Editor of the Year Award. She lives in Westchester County, New York, with her husband and four children.

Product Details

  • Publisher: Touchstone (January 9, 2007)
  • Length: 240 pages
  • ISBN13: 9780743238366

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Raves and Reviews

"Fascinating...Fuller aims to inspire and empower women and, like everything else she puts her mind to, she succeeds."
-- Houston Chronicle

"Rather than clean out your sock drawer, Fuller would like to see you take risks and live a full, messy life. And that's refreshing to hear."
-- Chicago Sun-Times

"A surprisingly potent statement for the sisterhood."
-- The New York Times

"A self-help guide to grabbing life with gusto."
-- USA Today

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