A Glamorously Unglamorous Life has 11 ratings and 0 reviews. When I was 22 I hopped a plane for New York City, off to pursue my destiny. Read “A Glamorously Unglamorous Life” by Julia Albain with Rakuten Kobo. When I was 22 I hopped a plane for New York City, off to pursue my destiny, sure . I promised to give an update after I finished reading Julia Albain’s new book, “A Glamorously Unglamorous Life.” And, yeah, her book might.
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Julia has a wonderful way of reminding us of things we’ve forgotten, pointing out harsh realities and helping us find the joy in the little things.
Notify me of new comments via email. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. Raise Your Desirability Factor. Each installment takes only a page or two, and the result is a quick pace and a simple read. About the Author Julia Albain is an actor, director, writer and lover of storytelling.
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Ung,amorous aspiring actress recounts her adventures and misadventures in the Big Apple – sometimes in a funny way, sometimes disillusioning.
I was really impressed. Lindsey rated it it was amazing Jan 02, Aug 24, Samantha rated it it was amazing. Cecilia Hoffart rated it really liked it Apr 06, Her words are inspiring, she shares amazing quotes, and even gave me some quotes from her own writing that I’ve added to my list of favorites.
It certainly has won me over and will forever be a personal favourite. Paperback94 pages. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Fun without Dick and Jane.
A year in New York City. Return to Book Page. Julia glakorously an amazing writer and gives many aspiring dreamers hope for the future.
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Don’t get me wrong. Emily rated it really liked it Jul 06, Jan 06, Maddie rated it it was amazing. Whether you know her from Team StarKid or elsewhere or have never heard of her, take the handful of hours you’ll need to read this journal of a year of discovery and marvel at how someone so young can be so wise.
Inspiration for the Young at Heart. Julia puts a positive spin on challenging experiences, and approaches the topic in a way that can help anyone dealing with transition and change in their lives.
The memoir of Julia’s post-college year in New York City is resplendent with epiphanies and the rollercoaster that is life.
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A year of discovering the best and worst parts of myself. So with all the similarities, I half-expected the sudden appearance of a ridiculously hot male love interest who just so happened to live in the apartment upstairs. A combination of journal entries from Julia Albain’s year living in New York and reflections written later about her experiences there, this book is a quick read but will keep you pondering it. How to write a great review.
Your calling might not be glamorous, your mission might be singular and uneasy, but you were meant to be great in your own way. Wedding Cake for Breakfast. Julia pokes that perfect bubble and reveals the struggles and the hardship. A year of learning the lessons that you can only learn the hard way.