Real artists have day jobs : (and other awesome things they don't teach you in school) / Sara Benincasa.
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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Hussey-Mayfield Memorial Branch||158.1 BENINCASA (Text)||33946003122798||Nonfiction . 2nd Floor||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9780062369819
- ISBN: 0062369814
- Physical Description: ix, 259 pages ; 21 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York, NY : William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, 
- Copyright: ©2016
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Introduction: there are 52 essays in this book but please read this part first -- Real artists have day jobs -- How to read a book -- Everything is intersectional -- It gets better, mostly -- Do it anyway -- Put your clutter in purgatory -- When you don't know what to do, ask a successful woman -- You can do magic -- Feel all the feelings -- There will be shit days -- Elect your own executive board -- Take care of your teeth -- Stop apologizing for everything -- Radical overconfidence -- Join the fancy club at the airport -- When you can't figure something out, put yourself in water -- Take the compliment -- Go fuck yourself (No, really! Masturbation is important) -- Wear a weird hat -- Listen -- The power of being a dork -- Everything's not alright (and that's alright) -- Life is too short for shitty friends -- Self-care for women in comedy -- Prioritize sleep -- Sleep naked -- Ask questions -- Surprise! You don't have to love your family -- Breathe -- Give it away now -- Abuse is fucking complicated -- Make art like a little kid -- Bridge the gaps in your pop cultural education -- When people tell you who they are, believe them -- Ask for exactly what you want -- Don't buy into the marriage myth -- Tell your partner what you like in bed -- Gratitude in underrated -- Write fan letters -- Acknowledge that having a kid doesn't make you an adult -- A vagina is not a time-machine -- Always say hello to older people, because they are invisible -- Identify a personal prejudice and educate it into nonexistence -- Let an animal adopt you -- Walk you way to a solution -- It's always tile to play -- Realize your dress size doesn't matter -- The darkness is where the good stuff starts -- Your normal is not everybody else's normal -- This too shall pass -- Always celebrate rainbows -- Look in the mirror and say "I love you."
|Summary, etc.:|| While the practical aspects of new adulthood can be nerve-wracking--dating, job-hunting, money-managing--the most important task of all is figuring out who you are and where you fit in the world. Author and comedian Sara Benincasa, now in her mid-thirties, had an absolutely harrowing early twenties and now, on the other side, she has a LOT of hard-earned wisdom and common sense to share.
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