Most of your life epiphanies will happen on the bus… or train.
Please, please, please, come save us from ourselves D’s and I’s.
1) We’re capable of doing things for ourselves.
They are profoundly imperfect.
Instead of preaching how you’re, “fine being alone” and you, “don’t need no man,” you can prove it. If you are suffering the common single slump, try a few of these activities to make yourself self-sufficient and boost your confidence.
Instead of ordering delivery you will go out of your way to pick up your pizza to have some brief human interaction outside of your house.
I believe every woman should focus on being independent on their own, before they ever enter any relationship.
A healthy relationship with social media that doesn’t involve getting into Twitter fights, posting endless selfies, or stressing over how many likes something got in the past hour.
Author Barbara Freethy is the best-of-the-bestselling indie authors in Amazon’s KDP program. She has sold 4.8 million ebooks. But until now she hasn’t been able to break the “bookstore barrier.” Now, her books are going into bookshops and other print venues with the help of Ingram Publisher Services.
After nine years with the company, the affable director of author and publisher relations is moving on, his wry honesty echoing in the industry: “The good news is that today everybody can publish a book. The bad news is that today everybody an publish a book.”