Woman With a Thousand Hats

This is the story of a farm girl, an insurance agent, a chronic insomniac, a therapy patient, a serial dieter, an entrepreneur, an office manager, a housewife, a financial adviser, an overtaxed mom, and a published author Spoiler they re all the same person.You ll want to laugh and cry as you read, but you won t want to put this memoir down Woman With a Thousand Hats isThis is the story of a farm girl, an insurance agent, a chronic insomniac, a therapy patient, a serial dieter, an entrepreneur, an office manager, a housewife, a financial adviser, an overtaxed mom, and a published author Spoiler they re all the same person.You ll want to laugh and cry as you read, but you won t want to put this memoir down Woman With a Thousand Hats is a candid glimpse behind the scenes of a do it all woman s everyday life Not only does Kawaii get honest about the emotional turmoil behind her personal drive to work, but she also tackles bigger social issues like body shaming, chronic illness, family dysfunction and social pressure to be normal The perfect read for anyone who has ever felt like they weren t good enough.
Woman With a Thousand Hats This is the story of a farm girl an insurance agent a chronic insomniac a therapy patient a serial dieter an entrepreneur an office manager a housewife a financial adviser an overtaxed mom a

  • Title: Woman With a Thousand Hats
  • Author: Denise Kawaii
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 208
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Woman With a Thousand Hats”

    1. Extremely captivating: you really cannot put it down!The memoir is set up in an interesting way, with each chapter following a thread of the author's life as she explores a new path, or hat in this case. From 911 dispatcher to custom paintball business owner, it seems like her life is a jumble of mismatched lives somehow all jammed into one person. This is probably what makes the book such a compelling read: you simply cannot put it down, one hat flowing into another somehow naturally when it s [...]

    2. MagnificentThis was a great story, and I could definitely relate. We all wear different hats and have different roles to different people, and this story showed the world how it all relates. I loved this story and will probably read it again when the time allows for it. Kawaii brings the reader on her journey, as this is her memoir, of going through life, as it is a wild ride. It's emotional and giddy, and all around wonderfully written. She takes on everything from small issues to life-changing [...]

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