How I Ditched the South, Forgot My Manners, and Managed to Survive My Twenties with (Most of) My Dignity Still Intact
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Anna Mitchael is like a lot of the women you know. In fact,
she may even be a lot like you. In her fast-moving world,
she might be called on as a friend, coworker, daughter,
girlfriend, confidante, brat, cynic, or
domestic-goddess-in-training. She's willing to juggle pretty
much anything that gets thrown her way, but the one label
she simply won't embrace is ma'am.
Like so many bright-eyed college graduates before her,
Mitchael begins her twenties armed with the conviction that
the world is hers for the taking. And she discovers that it
is, mostlyâ€”only no one told her just how often sheâ€™d have to
pick herself up off the floor along the way.
Written for every woman whoâ€™s experienced the ups and downs
of trying to figure out who youâ€™re really meant to be, Just
Donâ€™t Call Me Maâ€™am is a story of one woman and the choices
that add up to be her twentysomething lifeâ€”and of how
sometimes you have to remember where you came from before
you can figure out where youâ€™re going.
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